Astronomers using @ESA_XMM, @chandraxray and ground-based radio telescopes have spotted the aftermath of the most powerful explosion ever seen in the Universe, linked to the black hole at the centre of a galaxy cluster 390 million light years away ??— ESA (@esa) February 28, 2020
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To capture the effects of this firework universe, the space telescopes Chandra X-ray Nasa, and Xmm-Newton of the European Space Agency (Esa), with the help of two radio telescopes ground-based: the Murchison Widefield Array (Mwa) in Australia, and the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (Gmrt) in India.