A second set of even larger bubbles has been found blasting out of the Milky Way’s center

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The very first-at any time all-sky X-ray map of our galaxy, offered by the ESA’s eROSITA spacecraft, reveals two significant bubbles. These bubbles increase for up to 50,000 lightyears above and down below the Milky Way, and are considered to be remnants of a substantial outburst that transpired millions of decades back. We’ve known…

News: A second set of even larger bubbles has been found blasting out of the Milky Way’s center

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