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NASA makes space even more miserable with gamma ray constellations

Everything aboard the Magic Bastard Bus, students! We go to SPACE! That's right, these nerdy bastards as NASA went where every nerd wanted to go before – to erase some of Nerdkind's favorite things in the form of constellations even into the stars! From Comics to Science Fiction, NASA has added a list of unofficial constellations to celebrate the 10th …

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60 Second Astro News: Infant Superclusters and Wavering Gamma Rays

In astronomy this week: A gargantuan supercluster of galaxies lurks in the early universe, while data from the Fermi telescope at two supermassive black holes locked in a gravitational dance. A Colossal Galaxy Supercluster in the Early Universe 19659003] Visualization of Proto-supercluster Hyperion ” width=”300″ height=”171″ srcset=”https://s22380.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/hyperion_supercluster-480×274-300×171.jpg 300w, https://s22380.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/hyperion_supercluster-480×274.jpg 480w” sizes=”(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px”/> A galaxy proto-supercluster nicknamed Hyperion is …

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Newly recognized microquasar gamma ray call for new ideas

When first detecting high-energy radiation from a microquasar, astrophysicists are looking for new theories to explain extreme particle acceleration. A microquasar is a black hole that devours debris from a nearby companion star and emits powerful jets of material. "What's astonishing about this discovery is that all current particle acceleration theories have difficulty explaining the observations," said Hui Li, a …

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Gamma rays seen from the exotic Milky Way object

The night sky seems calm, but telescopes tell us that the universe is full of collisions and explosions. Distant, violent events signal their presence by spewing light and particles in all directions. When these messengers reach Earth, scientists can use them to map the action-packed sky to better understand the fleeting events in space. For the first time, an international …

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"Faster Than the Speed ​​of Light Illusion" -Strong Milky Way Star System that emits gamma rays from an exotic object

Posted on October 3, 2018 "SS 433 is an unusual star system, and every year something new has come out," said Segev BenZvi, a physicist at Rochester University. "This new observation of high-energy gamma rays builds on nearly 40 years of measurements of one of the strangest objects in the Milky Way, each measurement giving us another piece of the …

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Mountaintop observatory looks gamma rays from exotic Milky Way object

The Cherenkov High-Gamma Ray Observatory (HAWC) is a detector that studies gamma radiation from astronomical objects such as supernova remnants and quasars and rotating dense stars called pulsars become. The detector is located at about 1300 meters above sea level near the Sierra Negra volcano in Mexico and consists of more than 300 water tanks each 24 feet in diameter. …

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