Astronomers Detect the Biggest Explosion in the Universe History
Five Times More Substantial with Released Massive Amounts of Energy
The first-ever massive explosion that was ever recorded in the universe of this similar magnitude was the big bang that occurred thousands of years ago and the reason behind the formation of the big spheres of gaseous material, which include our earth and the rest of the planets of our solar system. There have been many small explosions around the galaxy, which are near to no significance for a layman, but recently there has been a massive intergalactic explosion that has been recorded as the biggest explosion in the universe history since the big bang.
Where did it happen?
The explosion was discovered by the researchers of the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research. Galaxy clusters are huge structures containing several black holes, dark matter, and individual small galaxies all held together by gravity. Black holes are basically a vacuum that sucks up any star, planet, or meteoroid, which gets close enough to it, but it also emits out prodigious amounts of materials and energy that majorly affects the local environment surrounding the black hole.
This biggest explosion in the universe history happened in a huge and massive black hole in the center of the Ophiuchus galaxy cluster, which are around three hundred and ninety million light-years away from our solar system. The effects of this significant and biggest explosion in the universe history were felt in our solar system. It was five times more substantial and released massive amounts of energy than the previous record holder of being the biggest explosion in the universe history.
About the biggest explosion in the universe history
Scientists were first skeptical about the black hole theory regarding the explosion as the cavity was so, but now it is being implied that the black hole emission associated with the explosion would have been unimaginably large. According to the researchers working at the facility where it was recorded, this was not the only outburst that was ever recorded, but it was the biggest explosion in the universe history and happened in a slow-motion that looks like it happened in the period of about a hundred years.
A large amount of energy that was released with the blast has punched a cavity in the galaxy cluster plasma that is the surround gas material around the black hole. This hole was spotted through X-ray machines fitted in the satellites surrounding the area.
Reason for this explosion’s massive size:
There has been no evidence yet to be seen as to why the explosion was this big. It is being said by the researchers that the area this explosion has created is large enough to fit fifteen entire Milky Ways in it.
According to the researchers working in the department overlooking the working done on the biggest explosion in the universe history are saying that to get the idea of how this explosion in big enough, think of lightening up twenty billions of Tri Nitro toluene (TNT explosive) every thousandth of a second for over the period of 240 million years. The team assigned to this task is now looking forward to more outbursts like this by using pieces of equipment fitted with low-frequency antenna and radio telescopes.
By this, they would be able even to predict the timeline of more of inter-universal bursts of energy and gaseous materials. Scientists are now using thousands of antennas that would help them get observations that are ten times more sensitive than the previous ones installed to collect data. To get more information about the explosion, they are sending back multiple satellites and doing a multi-wavelength study that would make a difference for us to understand more about the galaxy and its workings.