A star astronomer has never seen 8000 light years away from Earth. That is a piercing bomb in the star system: One of the most powerful blasts in the universe, one day gamma-ray explodes.
In other galaxies, gamma-rays of dust have been observed, but never have our own. These powerful explosions are of two types: long and long. Our sun can provide more energy in a few seconds than its entire lifespan. The possibility of a gamma ray explosion at 450 million years ago is very powerful,
Responsible material for this phenomenal phenomenon is gamma-ray throwing fun. Wolf-Rayat stars have 20 times the sun. These titans are only a few million years old. Do you think the galaxy is about 10 billion years old, like our sun?
In an essay published in Nature Astronomy on Monday, an international team of researchers revealed their findings to the new entity.
Twenty years ago, apps have been found in X-ray and radio observations, but no deeper studies have been done yet.
In 2012, Joe Geralingham worked for PhD in the University of Sydney. It sprinkled on his head. There was something unusual about that.
For more information, he booked the European Southern Observatory in Chile through just a large telescope. He came back. As in the day, clearly, never before seen a film: beautiful pinwheel.
"This is a picture of one's life, that's the meaning of nature," Collingham said. "It's nothing special, poetic and artistic, more than science."
Apex shaped curved tail is split into two dusty stars that bloom in the center of the grassy blade.
In a treaty on Monday, researchers say that Wolf-Rayat stars (more than one difference) in the pinwheel heart collide and collapse in the middle.
They travel around 12 million kilometers per hour, that is, a light speed one percent. One of the stars is at its final stage, and a blast is known as a supernova.
Collingham said no doubt that it would erupt, that it would be a supernova in 100,000 years. "The question is, is it gamma-ray burst? Okay, now, if it explodes, yes, yes."
Some astronomers can not say whether or not conditions exist.
The good news is, even if it happens, the earth does not exist in hellfire.
Teenager and gentleman
Researchers have learned more about these stars.
It is believed that the gamma-ray bursts are likely to occur in less-metallic stars because the metals produced in the star's core will result in its orbit.
However, the much-wavy Wolf-Ryan star returns its theoretical head, and our young galaxy has high metallic stars.
"It's a strange all-round approach," said Collingham.
Excited by these findings, Callingham and his research team decided to make further observations.
This intolerance led the astronomers to ignite the smaller star system. Remove the dust only.
Researchers predict that a star rotates rapidly and creates wind speeds at the poles. But not in the equilibrium equator.
But another possibility is far from faith. However, it becomes the most glowing object in the galaxy.
"The best model is that we say it's a long gamma-ray behost projector, but it's an unknown mechanism, and it's our best model," said Benjamin Pop, a co-author and astronomer at the University of New York.
"But we need more data, it's a very unusual station system, that's our best model."
The research team hopes to follow-up observations with other telescopes, and believe that it is the beginning of the story.
"I think people are going to write about this star over the years," he said. "We stopped all the experts in the area where we were shown, and I think they were at the start of a very interesting story."