A mysterious cosmic explosion detected about 200 million light years ago could be a precise moment that could have fallen into a black or neutral neutron hole, scientists say.
Researchers from the Northwest US university are looking at a bright mysterious sky filled with water.
On June 17, the ATLAS Survey discovered the twin-eyed telescope in Hawaii with 200 million light queue visible in the Herculesian constellation.
Known as AT2018cow or "Cow", the object was quickly switched on, it almost disappeared.
Combining multiple image sources, such as X-rays and radio-waves, the multi-group statements that have now been determined by telescopes have become a collapse to form a compact object, such as a black or neutral star.
The star wastes, moving closer and moving around the horizon of the object's object, shone brightly.
This strange event will be understood by astronomers to create a black science or a neutron star in the first moments.
"We believe that" Cow "is creating a black hole or a neutron star," said Raffaella Margutti, Northwest University.
"We know that black holes and neutron stars die one star, but we've never seen it ever since." Margutti said.
After seeing them for the first time, the cows captured instantly international interests and left astronomers away from their heads.
"We thought it was a supernova." Margutt said what happened to the nature of death he watched over current issues. "
On the one hand, the anomaly was not the brightest naturalness: 10 to 100 times brighter than the typical supernova. In addition, the explosion of other star explosions disappeared faster and the particles were flying at 30,000 kilometers per second (or speed of light at 10 per cent).
Within 16 days, the object is already giving its greatest potential. Some phenomena, in a universe that lasts millions and millions, is two-eyed blinking.
"Immediately he knew that this light source rarely happened within a few days," said Margutti.
"That was enough to reach everyone, because it was unusual and because astronomical standards were very close," he said.
The researchers studied the chemical composition of Cowen, finding clear evidence of hydrogen and helium, excluding compact objects (gravitational wave).
While the stars can knock the black hole all the time, a large number of new black holes block the sight of astronomers.
Fortunately, roughly 10 times, there was a frozen cyclone around the storm.
The shortcomings of matter were that astronomers were directly joining together with the "central engine" object as a black or neutral hollow star.