Biggest explosion in the universe spotted by astronomers

Biggest explosion in the universe spotted by astronomers

Astronomers have detected the biggest known explosion in the universe created by a black hole 390 million light-years away in the Ophiuchus galaxy. According to a study published in The Astrophysical Journal, the explosion was 5 times more massive than the previous biggest one, which occurred in the galaxy MS 0735+74. But unlike the Big Bang this explosion was a slow burn.

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Beisht Kione 2 months

This is pretty incredible if you think about it. Every galaxy is likely to hold hundreds if not thousands or more plantets with some form of life on them, some probably being intelligent as well. A 15 galaxy wide area was wiped clean. An incomprehensibly large explosion and we just found out about it, 390 million years later.

CommanderVaasDC
CommanderVaasDC 2 months

the force, and power of this I csnt even begin to imagine.

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