A team of scientists at Moscow University discovered the strongest optical emission of gamma rays in the universe. He measured its polarization ratio using a network of “Master” international automatic observatories. It is reported that the optical emission of gamma rays is a bright phenomenon that turns a huge rotating star into a black hole.
The gamma explosion causes more energy to be emitted by the sun throughout its life. These explosions cause currents of optical rays that can pass through the entire universe.
By studying these gamma rays, astronomers are trying to obtain valuable information about the birth of the universe and its components.
On January 14, 2019, Russian scientists and their foreign colleagues recorded other gamma-ray emissions that were accompanied by cosmic rays that increased their power above that of the Large Hadron Collider.
It is noteworthy that the two observatories located in the Canary Islands and South Africa from the international network of “Master” observatories which includes 8 observatories were able to simultaneously monitor the light coming from a huge star shortly before his death.
It is worth noting that since 2015, the international network of observatories has been connected to the most important experiments conducted by astronomers around the world, including studying the sources of gravitational waves and gamma ray emissions. The weight of each observatory is 500 kilograms.
The scientists published an article on the matter in The Astrophysical Journal.
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