We all no its going to happen the sun will in turn consume the first 3 planets then go supernova so on so forth so the question is this what will you do when this happen.
There are several things wrong with your question.
First, the sun -- as in OUR sun -- does not have enough mass to go supernova. At the end of its life cycle, it will likely swell to a red giant, burn off its remaining fuel, and collapse to a white dwarf. This is very different from a supernova, which involves either a sudden and cataclysmic collapse, triggering an explosion of stellar material, or runaway fusion that creates so much outward energy that the star tears itself completely apart.
Second, by the time the sun reaches the red giant phase, much of the sun's mass would have been pushed outward by increasingly energetic solar winds, which will push the near planets into more distant orbits. Most scientists project that even though the sun will grow to engulf the orbits of the first three planets as they are now, by that time, the Earth would have been pushed to safety.
Third, none of this is projected to take place for about 5 billion years, by which time it is very likely that the human race would have been long extinct, so the question is moot.
Mikeh is right, the Sun doesn't have enough mass to go supernovae.
Instead, as the sun burns off more of its mass it will lose gravity and expand into a red giant due to this. It will turn red because a stars color is based on mass.
I'm going to ignore Mikeh's argument. lol. just spoils my fun.
I will probably not exist by the time that happens. If (for some impossible reason) that does happen today, I will scream and be annihilated.
if I knew when it was gonna happen I would just go outside, accept my fate, and enjoy the last few minutes of possibly the most beautiful disaster anyone could experience
This will hapen in like billions of years so when it does happen I will be in the ground in a cascket resting peacefully
I wish ''Scream and be annihilated'' were an applicable answer for more questions.
Pull up a lawn chair and a drink and enjoy the show.