Astronomers find giant explosion
Scientists have recently discovered a giant explosion 130 million light years away from Earth. Fallen stars are one of the most important dense objects in the universe. That dramatic substance that generated vital and powerful energy has only recently begun to fade. About three and a half years after this happened, a new and strange eruption took place.
Something else is going on: Professor of Astronomy
Edo Berger, a professor of astronomy at Harvard University and one of the scientists who discovered the new space phenomenon, told the Mashebel site that something else was happening now. The blast was discovered by NASA’s Lunar X – ray Laboratory, which detects emissions from the hottest parts of the universe.
New research results published
Similarly, new research published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters suggested two possible explanations for the phenomenon discovered by astronomers. Astronomer Abrajita Haleja, who led the research, explained that nothing had been observed about this phenomenon before. Abrajita holds a PhD in Physics and Astronomy from Northwestern University.
It could be the Kilonova glow
It is called Kilonova Glow. The Kilonova Glow is a collision of two neutron stars with neutrons with incredibly large body systems that weigh about 1 billion tons. Kilonov is said to be very important to the universe and to our lives.
Massive Kilonova explosion
Space debris is said to have increased after this massive Kilonova eruption. Looking at another possibility, it is said that they may have formed a dramatic neutron star link black hole. NASA explains that even light cannot escape by the force of gravity. Not surprisingly, two neutron stars collided in space. In the Solar System, it is common for one star to orbit another. One thing to note is that many stars are not as solitary as the Sun. One thing to note is that many stars are not as isolated as the Sun. Hazel explained that most stars are found with one or more advanced companion stars.
This may be the reason
Loss of speed and travel can cause stars to collide, resulting in larger connections and energy explosions. Astronomers have discovered a kilonova. It is noteworthy that it must be suspected that this was caused by a neutron star explosion or by a black hole.
The gravitational pull of black holes
The gravitational pull of black holes is unpredictable. The black hole will swallow up all the space objects trapped in their elliptical orbit. The material absorbed into the black hole is heated by intense heat. Then those scenes are as bright as they can be found on Earth. Similarly, when a star is very close to a black hole, it is absorbed by the unique gravitational pull of the black hole. Stars that are five times the size of the Sun are also likely to be stellar black holes.