Our galaxy MONSTER supernova could break the powerful gamma ray power. Earth ozone can be sufficiently extractable.
The time bomb monkey is located in the heart of a star system of 8,000 light years, called Apep, called Apop, after the Egyptian god chaos.
Researchers at the University of Sydney state that giant stars are the perfect conditions to create a gamma ray explosion, the extreme events of the Big Bang's subsequent universe.
A group of astronomers using giant telescopes saw a unique star system under the constellation Scorpio.
The head of the study, Dr. John Callingham, said: "We found that something quite special was found immediately: the brightness of the spectrum between the radio and the infrared was not out of the list.
"When we saw the stone rays full of hateful ghosts, we decided to name it" Apep ": the fervent and deadly reality of the sun god of the mythology of the Sun.
Dr Aita Benjamin, author of Apep's research, said: "What we found in the Apep system seems to be a pioneer of the supernova, which is very rapidly spinning, and therefore a rupture.
"The ordinary supernumbers are already extreme events, but adding the rotation of the mixture, we can throw gasoline on fire."
Fortunately, Apep does not seem geared towards the Earth.
If it were, a gamma-ray stroke would burst onto the supernova barely ozone in the atmosphere, and the sun's UV light was hazardous.
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Without ozone, UV radiation could cause catastrophic damage to the Earth by damaging DNA and animal life.
Scientists are unaware that Apep does not make a gamma ray if it does not question the future, but the Milky Way is the first.
Professor Tuthille, a director of Sydney University's research team, said: "Meanwhile, astronomers make it a beautiful and dangerous physics that we do not see in the galaxy.
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