Zoom News : Jun 04, 2021, 04:06 PM
A massive gamma-ray burst has been captured on camera a billion light years from Earth. Astronomers say that this is the biggest explosion of the universe captured on camera. According to experts at the German Electron Synchrotron in Hamburg, Germany, this explosion occurred after the death of a star.These experts further said that after the death of the star, the beginning of this star's transformation into a black hole has been captured in the camera. Significantly, this phenomenon has been detected by the Fermi and Swift telescopes present in space.Apart from this, the help of High Energy Stereoscopic System Telescope in Namibia has also been taken to capture the video of this explosion. This video is becoming quite viral on social media since its release.Significantly, the HESS group includes 41 institutions and 230 scientists from 15 countries. These countries include countries like Namibia, South Africa, Germany, France, UK, Ireland, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Armenia, Japan, China and Australia.Let us tell you that a paper has been published in the Science Journal about this incident. Sylvia Zhu, one of the authors of this paper, said that this star was spinning rapidly and with its collapse, we were able to capture this event, one of the biggest explosions of the universe.
In this case, HEES spokesman Stephen Wagner said that the Next Generation instruments are doing a great job to understand the whole process of gamma-ray explosion. The most discussed of these is the Cherenkov Telescope of Chile.In this case, according to Zhu, the eruption's emissions are divided into two distinct phases: the first is a phase lasting a few seconds, followed by a longer afterglow phase.Significantly, the HESS group includes 41 institutions and 230 scientists from 15 countries. These countries include countries like Namibia, South Africa, Germany, France, UK, Ireland, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Armenia, Japan, China and Australia.
Universe's biggest EXPLOSION is caught on camera pic.twitter.com/RJXWfNF5Sk— ANY (@AB_000077) June 4, 2021