Astronomer Have Spotted A Mysterious Object, Which Is 570 Billion All Times Brighter than the Sun

A team of astronomers may have spotted the majority powerful supernova for the first time. That massive body of extremely hot gases is considered to be extra luminescent than hundreds of billions of suns put in concert. Astronomers are not confident about what exactly is this? But they put forward a number of theories. They suppose that it is a rare type of supernova called magnetar. This giant supernova is so much powerful that it has cross the energy limits of Physics. Krzysztof Stanek, professor of astronomy at Ohio State University and the team's co-principal investigator said “If it really is a magnetar, it's as if nature took all we know about magnetars and turned it up to 11”. It has crossed the scale of 1 to 10.
Astronomer Have Spotted A Mysterious Object, Which Is 570 Billion All Times Brighter than the Sun
A small system of telescopes used to observe luminous objects in the universe known as “All Sky Automated Survey of Supernovae (ASAS-SN or “assassin”)” spotted this strange object. In fact, this point is extremely bright but it can’t be seen with naked eye because it is located about 3.8 billion light years away from us. According to an estimate, it is 200 times more powerful than an standard supernova, 570 billion times more luminous than our Sun or 20 times brighter than all the stars of Milky Way galaxy collectively. Thompson said that if it is really a magnetar, we will not discover anything brighter than this.
The Hubble Space Telescope will soon figure out the conundrum regarding this object by generous access to astronomers to explore the space around this object. They may find out that this object is present at the center of a huge galaxy. If it lies at the center of a galaxy than it might be an enormous black- hole.
Whether it is a giant supernova, great massive black hole or whatever, it will definitely give us the access to explore extra about the cosmos. And as a consequence, it will give rise to latest theories about how objects form in the universe.

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