Astronomers discover a space laser 5 million years away from Earth

Infrared scientists have detected, shooting light at lasers, thanks to the MeerKAT telescope in the North Cape, South Africa, and, according to astronomers, the record-breaking discovery made.

A project for what was reported by the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, a word meaning “big boss”, and this discovery was made by an international team of astronomers led by Marcin Glowicky at the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) in western Victoria.

The survey, which included more than 3,000 hours of observations by the Meerkat telescope.

Read on, just one heaps of notes, and already a record-breaking megamaser.. It shows how good the telescope is.”

Dr. Glowacki explained that the megamaser usually collides when two galaxies collide inside a galaxy of fusion of hydroxyl molecules, consisting of one atom of one atom of one atom of one atom, when one molecule absorbs a wavelength of 18 cm, two photons of the same wavelength appear.

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