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+1695 – A series of images show a kilonova (Neutron star colliding) fading over about 10 days of observation by the Hubble Space Telescope.

2022-04-04 14:32:31

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A series of images show a kilonova (Neutron star colliding) fading over about 10 days of observation by the Hubble Space Telescope. from spaceporn




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  1. 10 days? That is FAST!

  2. Collapsing into/forming a black hole?

  3. Millions of years to get to us and last ten days? .. that twists my melon!

  4. That collision just formed a shit ton of gold and platinum

  5. I see multiple little lights fading in or out at the same moment. Is that a common artifact of timelapse astrophotography?

  6. watching a black hole form? kinda spooky

  7. Would we be able to detect gravitational waves from this event?

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    Outside_Cucumber_695 April 5, 2022 at 12:24 am

    I wonder how far a planet kill radius be on that

  9. Looks like someone took a break from singing to launch some two dimensional foil at that sucker

  10. Hubble: TOP THIS JWST 💪😡

  11. Did it collapse into a black hole? If so, that’s not good. It is predicted that the entire visible universe will eventually be swallowed up by black holes. Then, in a pitch black universe, all the black holes will merge into a singularity. As this happens the volume of the universe will collapse until it’s just big enough to contain the singularity, thereby forcing everything into the singularity so that life cannot survive before the next big bang.

    We need some kind of mass effect/anti-gravity technology. Remember the destruction of Alderaan in Star Wars? I was never very impressed with the FXs of that scene, it just looks like firecrackers. A better way to destroy a planet is to greatly reduce or eliminate it’s gravity. Planets are compressed by gravity so hitting it with something like an anti-gravity beam (AGB) will release that pressure and cause it to pop on it’s own.

    The same technology could be used to move smaller objects, like ships, asteroids, and megastructures, extract resources from gas giant planets and stars, and even pop black holes to prevent the universe from collapsing. I know it’s science fiction, I’m just saying.

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