The journey to the moon lasts only 20 seconds, can you imagine! So the Stellar eruption of fast material raced off the eruptive, unstable and extremely massive Eta Carinae star. The astronomers found that this is the fastest released gas measured by a star burst and does not completely result in the annihilation star. The most brilliant starburst and known as the galaxy. It released as much energy as a major supernova explosion that would have left a stellar corpse. In this case, the binary star system played a crucial role in the colossal exploding circumstances.
For seven years, a group of astronomers led by Nathan Smith of the University of Arizona and Armin Rest of the Space Telescope Science The Institute determined the increasing explosion of stars by observing light echoes from its surroundings and Eta Carinae. These light echoes happen while the light is reflected by bright, small events from a cloud of dust. This acts like a distant mirror, directing the light in the right direction. The incoming signal of the reflected light is like an audio echo and this reflected light has a delay time after the usual event. A huge amount of mass in the middle of 1
The astronomers decode the delayed signals of these light echoes and make them sound with modern telescopes and instruments. Although the original eruption was seen in the mid-19th century. At that time, the modern astronomical tool spectrograph was invented. Smith said that the light echo is the next great thing for time travel.
Our modern cameras and telescopes, used for the beautiful light echoes, reveal the secrets of a rare star burst. This was observed 170 years ago. From a very rare monster star the starburst has occurred and has not happened since the Milky Way. The big eruption temporarily moved Eta Carinae to the second-brightest star visible in the night sky and to the energy release in each star of the Milky Way. After this star, it can be visible to the naked eye. The eruption is more than 10 times the mass of the Sun and the eruption material formed a brightly glowing gas cloud called Homunculus. In the next half million years, Eta Carinae will experience a real supernova explosion.