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Have you ever heard of the “big bang” theory of the origin of the universe?
Scientists are now saying that they have recently found a similar space in an explosion of up to five times stronger than that of a similar explosion that was observed earlier.
“In some ways, this shoot is similar to how the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980 is to be ripped out of the top of the mountain,” the lead study author, Dr. Simona Giacintucci from the Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D. C., told the BBC, referring to the volcano in the state of Washington.
When did the explosion happen?
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“It all happened very, very slowly, like an explosion, in slow motion, which took place over a period of hundreds of millions of years,” Professor Melanie Johnston-Hollitt, from the Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, told Science Daily.
“It all happened very, very slowly, like an explosion, in slow motion, which took place over a period of hundreds of millions of years.”
Professor Melanie Johnston-Hollitt
The survey results will be reported in The Astrophysical Journal.
The researchers believe that the explosion resulted from a massive black hole is located at about 390 million light-years away from Earth.
Their curiosity was aroused, as well as X-ray telescopes, has discovered a bent edge of the Ophiuchus galaxy, a kind of deep-space, fusion of smaller galaxies, and hot gas, and dark matter, the BBC reported.
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It was believed that the edge of the wall of the cavity that is created when the material emerges from the black hole, according to the report.
How big was the cavity? Big enough for a 15 Milky Way (our own galaxy, the milky way, not the candy bar), the researchers said.
Or the explosion will have consequences for the earth’s people, was not clear.