A Mysterious Flash From a Faraway Galaxy - New York Times

A mysterious flash of X-rays detected by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. This source likely comes from some sort of destructive event, but may be of a variety that scientists have never seen before. Credit NASA/Pontifical Catholic University. It was ...

Chandra caught a huge explosion that disappeared in a day - Astronomy Magazine

Chandra, the venerable orbiting X-ray telescope, just caught a big explosion 10 billion light-years away in an image called the Chandra Deep Field-South. But it came just as quickly as it went, and now astronomers are trying to figure out what it might ...

NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory Detects Mysterious Explosion From Galaxy 10.7 Billion Light Years Away - Tech Times

Astronomers detected an unexplained large explosion in a galaxy located in the Chandra Deep Field South region. What are the hypotheses that can possibly explain this mysterious phenomenon? ( NASA/CXC/Pontifical Catholic Univ./F.Bauer et al. ).

Aliens spotted? NASA scientists clueless about a mysterious explosion in Universe - News Nation

NASA scientists have spotted a mysterious flash in the universe in the deepest X-ray image ever using its Chandra X-ray Observatory. The flash which is unexplainable has been described by experts as a “completely new type of cataclysmic event”.

Scientists have detected an unexplained explosion coming from a galaxy 10.7 billion light-years away - ScienceAlert

Scientists have taken the deepest X-ray image of our Universe to date - and within it, they've found evidence of a huge, unexplained explosion coming from a galaxy around 10.7 billion light-years away. The galaxy itself appears to be fairly faint and ...