christopher heiser <christopher AT heiser DOT net>
Date Published: September 24th, 2008
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The Stuff That Astronomers Live For

It's like a sci-fi movie: a transient event, seen by the Hubble telescope, rises in intensity for 100 days, and then over the next 100 fades away. Astronomers say that it doesn't match any known phenomena, and there was no known object in that location prior to the event. Gives my tingles down my spine. Hope it's not just a glitch.

by Christopher Heiser on September 24 17:02
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