According to data also published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, the explosion, which lasted more than three years and was 10 times brighter than any so-called “supernova”, was the violent explosion of massive stars that ran out of energy. . It was noticed by scientists led by Philip Wiseman.
NOT ATTRACTED AT THE FIRST STAGE
It was learned that AT2021lwx, which was first detected in 2020 by California-based Zwicky Transient, which observed sudden brightness increases in the sky, did not attract attention in the first place, but a rare event occurred as the following distance became shorter.
It was announced that the explosion, which is considered to be caused by a giant gas cloud swallowed by a supermassive black hole, was recorded 8 billion light years away. (Source: UAV – Photo credit: John A. Paice/Southampton University)