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THE SUPERMASSIVE black hole at the centre of the Milky Way exploded 3.5million years ago, according to astronomers. This is considered to be 'astonishingly recent' in galactic terms and is changing what scientists thought they knew about our galaxy.THE SUPERMASSIVE black hole at the centre of the Milky Way exploded 3.5million years ago, according to astronomers. This is considered to be ‘astonishingly recent’ in galactic terms and…

Giant black hole at centre of Milky Way exploded ‘recently' - and blast was felt 200,000 light-years away

The mysterious Fermi bubbles at the center of the Milky Way may have been caused by a gargantuan nuclear explosion 3.5 million years ago, new research suggests. The center of the Milky Way exploded 3.5 million years ago —and may explode again very soon.

Early Earthlings May Have Watched the Galaxy's Center Explode 3.5 Million Years Ago | Live Science

New research shows the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way spat out an enormous beam of radiation 3.5 million years agoNew research shows the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way spat out an enormous beam of radiation 3.5 million years ago

A dormant volcano: the black hole at the heart of our galaxy is more explosive than we thought

A dormant volcano: the black hole at the heart of our galaxy is more explosive than we thought

The supermassive black hole at the heart of our Galaxy spat out an enormous flare of radiation 3.5 million years ago that would have been clearly visible from Earth.The supermassive black hole at the heart of our Galaxy spat out an enormous flare of radiation 3.5 million years ago that would have been clearly visible from Earth.

A dormant volcano: the black hole at the heart of our galaxy - The University of Sydney

The explosion stretched for hundreds of thousands of light years into space and “must have been a bit like a lighthouse beam,” researchers say in a new study.The explosion stretched for hundreds of thousands of light years into space and “must have been a bit like a lighthouse beam,” researchers say in a new study.

Our Galaxy's Core Mysteriously Erupted With a Beam of Light, Scientists Say - VICE

A beam of ionized energy may have been the result of a nuclear reaction in Sagittarius A

New Study Uncovers Recent Explosion at the Center of the Milky Way | Asgardia - The Space Nation

Although the Milky Way, which happens to be home to our Solar System, has long been considered inactive, a new study reveals that a titanic explosion took place that was so strong that a radiation flare sprang like a lighthouse beam into deep space while our ancient ancestors were wandering in Africa.Although the Milky Way, which happens to be home to our Solar System, has long been considered inactive, a new study reveals that a titanic explosion took place that was so strong that a radiation flare sprang like a lighthouse beam into deep space while our ancient ancestors were wandering in Africa.

‘Cataclysmic’ Blast Rocked Our Galaxy With Impact Felt Far Beyond It, Researchers Find - Sputnik International

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Oct 07, 2019 - A titanic, expanding beam of energy sprang from close to the supermassive black hole in the centre of the Milky Way just 3.5 million years ago, sending a cone-shaped burst of radiation through both

Not long ago, the center of the Milky Way exploded

Astronomers discovered recent evidence of a flare that exploded through the center of the Milky Way around 3.5 million years ago, bursting out through the two poles of the galaxy and into space. A study in The Astrophysical Journal suggests that the center of the galaxy is more active than we once believed it to be.Something big must have fallen into the black hole.

Astronomer who saw Milky Way black hole flare thinks ancient aliens saw it | Inverse

The center of the Milky Way exploded just 3.5 million years ago. At least, that’s what researchers at Australia’s ARC Center of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics in 3 Dimensions (ASTRO 3D) believe. […]

Study: The Milky Way's Center Exploded 3.5M Years Ago - Geek.com

Monster at our galaxy's core is known to send gigantic gusts of radiation scorching hundreds of thousands of light-years through space.Monster at our galaxy's core is known to send gigantic gusts of radiation scorching hundreds of thousands of light-years through space.

Milky Way black hole explosion death beam could be headed for Earth | Metro News

Researchers have found evidence of a massive explosion in the center of our galaxy that happened about 3.5 million years ago. On a cosmic timescale, that isResearchers have found evidence of a massive explosion in the center of our galaxy that happened about 3.5 million years ago. On a cosmic timescale, that is very recently. The blast was so massive …

3.5 million years ago the Milky Way exploded massively - SlashGear

Researchers said the Seyfert flare occurred about 3.5 million years ago, which is relatively recent in galactic terms. This was about 63 million years after the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs struck Earth.Researchers said the Seyfert flare occurred about 3.5 million years ago, which is relatively recent in galactic terms. This was about 63 million years after the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs struck Earth.

The Center Of The Milky Way Exploded 3.5 Million Years Ago | Tech Times

A research team of astronomers reports evidence of a Seyfert energy flare decimating the Milky Way galaxy some 3.5 million years ago, according to the...A research team of astronomers reports evidence of a Seyfert energy flare decimating the Milky Way galaxy some 3.5 million years ago...

Breaking Discovery: A Massive Seyfert Energy Flare Shredded Our Galaxy Just 3.5 Million Years Ago

About 3.5 million years ago, a Seyfert flare from Sagittarius A*, a supermassive black hole in the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, created two enormous ionization cones that sliced through our Galaxy, beginning with a relatively small diameter close to the black hole, and expanding vastly as they exited the Galaxy.About 3.5 million years ago, a Seyfert flare from Sagittarius A*, a supermassive black hole in the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, created two enormous ionization cones that sliced through our Galaxy, beginning with a relatively small diameter close to the black hole, and expanding vastly as they exited the Galaxy.

Highly Energetic Explosion Occurred in Milky Way’s Center 3.5 Million Years Ago | Astronomy | Sci-News.com

Around 3.5 million years ago, a gigantic energy flare punched out from the centre of our galaxy, the Milky Way. The radiation it released erupted in two energized cones that were so powerful, the impact was felt 200,000 light-years away. Around 3.5 million years ago, a gigantic energy flare punched out from the centre of…

An ancient explosion in the Milky Way lasted for 300,000 years - Sky Statement

Our Milky Way galaxy does look quite peaceful most of the time, but recent, but in recent past, it has some other stories behind this. Several scientists from worldwide came jointly and found evidence that few millions of years ago, the center of our home galaxy exploded due to the massive explosion a huge flare […]

Milky Way core flared up like a lighthouse in the recent past?

Our Milky Way galaxy does look quite peaceful most of the time, but recent, but…Our Milky Way galaxy does look quite peaceful most of the time, but recent, but in recent past, it has some other stories behind this. Several scientists from worldwide came jointly and found evidence that few millions of years ago, the center of our home galaxy exploded due to the massive explosion a huge flare […]

Milky Way core flared up like a lighthouse in the recent past?

A new study conducted by a team of astronomers has revealed that a giant explosion happened in the center of Milky Way around 3.5 million years ago. The explosion that happened in ancient times was so powerful that it had sent a cataclysmic energy flare through the galaxy. The powerful impact was felt at least…

New study reveals the center of Milky Way exploded 3.5 million years ago - Sky Statement