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Astronomers have caught a rare event, a black hole biting a chunk from an object – either a small star or a big planet – that strayed too close.
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The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
yes it did. 47million light years is the light reaching us now was made 47 million years ago. QED
Walter, Don't place too much trust in what you are told. This did NOT happen '47 Million' years ago
I'm thinking articles like this can be used like raw meat to draw the ignorant and uninformed out of hiding so we can begin sterilizing them.
There is no excuse for being as ignorant of science or our capabilities in that regard as what I've seen displayed here.
And it all happened 47 million years ago- and we still got to witness it without waiting 47 million years.!
Its not a black hole. Its an electrical discharge phenomenon. Electric universe. Thunderbolts.info.
The actual event occurred millions of years ago.
In paragraph 3: "...the massive black star located there..." A black hole is NOT a star.
there are US creationists commenting here: please open it when you learn how to launch spaceships
It is an artist's conception, not a photo of a real event.
Chupa-me a pissa!!!
Epic Photoshop Skills
"eh..blah blah...this is so worth 200 billion on space exploration ...cool story though..lol
it seems that yo mama swallows
Post a video or it never happened
Was up with you people ? This is an artist rendition. We have nothing that would look that good 47 million light years away. Even the moon pixelates.
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