This one made me feel a bit insignificant.
Scientists have detected an interstellar explosion so bright that it was briefly visible to the naked eye—from 7.5 billion light-years away. Viewers looking at the right patch of night sky on Wednesday would have seen several afterglows from the massive gamma-ray burst, slightly brighter than the faintest visible stars.
What the hell is happening out there? Could it be – I dare ask -
global galaxy warming?
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