Scientists have not yet been able to unravel the mysteries of supernatural light, and they now have another secret in their hands. ScienceNews reports that the China-based Large High Altitude Air Shower Observatory (LHAASO) operating group has recognized the most powerful light so far from the Twelve Group gamma ray “hot spot,” with high energy output from a radius of about 1.4 volts quadrillion. The first recording of the records was operated ‘by bus’ under quadrillion electron volts.
Their findings suggest that the Milky Way galaxy has accelerator particles that stimulate electrons and protons to move faster. It is not always clear what constitutes such a place, although nebulae and astronomers (such as Cygnus Cocoon) have been in demand.
This could also mean more in the future. LHAASO is expected to be completed by the end of the year 2021. It is expected to find more information. This, in turn, can provide many answers to the questions about the design and operation of the universe.
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