Scientists Discovered Mysterious Source of X-Ray Flare in Nearby Galaxy

Using data from NASA’s Chandra X-ay and ESA’s XMM-Newton Observatory, scientists have discovered a mysterious object that ejects X-ray flare with an intensity that has never been seen before. The mysterious flare appears in a nearby galaxy, NGC 5128, which is located in Sagittarius constellation and is about 12 million light-years away from our planet.

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