A bad day if you happened to be living next to it, I suppose.
NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope's has captured a hi-res image of a gamma-ray burst boasting "the greatest total energy, the fastest motions and the highest-energy initial emissions ever seen". The explosion, known to its chums as GRB 080916C, was detected on 15 September last year in the constellation Carina at a …
If this was 12.2 billion light years distant, then this happened roughly 1 billion years after Big Bang 1.0? Might this have been God's after-dinner belch?
I mean, assuming this is in the right direction, couldn't this have been a follow up Bangette?
(Mods, we need a an icon for "clueless git" or somesuch. Essentially, the antithesis of the egghead)
'The explosion, known to its chums as GRB 080916C, occurred on 15 September in the constellation Carina at a distance of 12.2 billion light-years from Earth'
'The explosion, known to its chums as GRB 080916C, was detected on 15 September in the constellation Carina at a distance of 12.2 billion light-years from Earth'
(even I know it occured 12.2 Billion Years ago)
since event was 12.2 billion light years away & estimated to to equal outflow, isn't there place in opposite direction 12.2 billion light years from event just recieveing gama rays? or that Universe is at least 24.4 billion light years in /Diameter.
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