Imagine a star 60 times the mass of our sun. That’s the potential for twin monster stars known as MY Camelopardalis (MY Cam) located 13,000 light-years from Earth. Both continue to eclipse each other on the very tight orbit they presently hold. One of the largest binary star systems known to man, researchers predict that the MY Cam stars will combine into one supermassive star as they rotate around each other at 621,000 miles per hour. Based on theoretical models and a long-standing theory of how supermassive stars are formed, astronomers believe the merge will happen quickly and explosively. An event like this has never been witnessed and will be seen by curious astronomers and researchers.