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Peculiar X-Ray Burst Has Astronomers Stumped - Space.com

Astronomers spotted a peculiar burst of bright X-rays in a distant area of the universe, and they're not quite sure where it came from. NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory detected the outburst, called CDF-S XT1, in a region known as the Chandra Deep ...and more »

A Mysterious Flash From a Faraway Galaxy - New York Times

It was a spark in the night. A flash of X-rays from a galaxy hovering nearly invisibly on the edge of infinity. Astronomers say they do not know what caused it. The orbiting Chandra X-ray Observatory, was in the midst of a 75-day survey of a patch of ...and more »

Mysterious cosmic explosion puzzles astronomers - Astronomy Now Online

A mysterious flash of X-rays has been discovered by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory in the deepest X-ray image ever obtained. This source likely comes from some sort of destructive event, but may be of a variety that scientists have never seen before ...and more »

The Cosmic Explosion That Astronomers Can't Figure Out - Observer

In a small galaxy 10.7 billion light years away, a mysterious flash of x-rays discovered by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory are hypothesized to have been caused by some sort of destructive event, but astronomers have never seen or studied anything ...and more »

A Strange Explosion in a Galaxy Billions of Light-Years Away Has Scientists Stumped - Futurism

For a few minutes in October 2014, a mysterious explosion occurred in a galaxy about 10.7 billion light-years away from Earth. The magnitude of the explosion was so intense that it produced 1,000 times more energy than all of the stars in its entire ...and more »

Deepest X-ray Image Ever Made Contains Mysterious Explosion - Universe Today

For over sixty years, astronomers have been exploring the Universe for x-ray sources. Known to be associated with stars, clouds of super heated gas, interstellar mediums, and destructive events, the detection of cosmic x-rays is challenging work. In ...and more »

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

Scientists analyzing an X-ray image of the universe detected a large but unexplained explosion that occurred from a galaxy located about 10.7 billion light-years away in a region called the Chandra Deep Field-South. From Faint To Super Bright. NASA's ...and more »

NASA astronomers left baffled by these mysterious cosmic explosions - International Business Times, India Edition

A bizarre cosmic explosion has been observed by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. The explosion took place in a far-off region of the universe. Astronomers are still trying to figure out the exact source of the mysterious bright X-rays emitted by the ...and more »

NASA Chandra X-Ray Observatory Detects 'Completely New Type of Cataclysmic Event' - NDTV

A mysterious flash of X-rays probably resulting from a "completely new type of cataclysmic event" in space has been discovered by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, a study says. While the scientists believe the flash of X-rays, which stemmed from a ...and more »

Mysterious X-ray flash in deep space has astronomers baffled - Stuff.co.nz

An image of the Chandra Deep Field-South, where a mysterious flash - shown in a series of stills at the bottom of the image - was seen. A mysterious flash of X-rays has been spotted by Nasa's Chandra X-ray Observatory in deep space, and astronomers are ...and more »