Russian scientists say one of their satellites have received high-power "light explosions" while flying a few kilometers above the World. They say that the mysterious phenomenon can not be explained with any modern physics known.
There were phenomena of unusual space in the world's atmosphere before, but Lomonosov satellite's team – named after the famous Russian scientist – says these explosions are really new.
"Not We still know its physical nature, " Mikhail Panasyuk, one of the Moscow State Institute Research of Nuclear Physics, with the media.
Typically, luminous flashes are defined like this, at weather events, but the shades below the satellite were clear, with no storms, lightning or clouds in the sight. "What the explosions have been an open question," Panasyuk said.
UV energy and electrical explosions can be cleaned by the Earth's atmosphere, but they are usually associated with storm clouds.
The Lomonosov UV Scope is designed to study the colors of powerful powers, including various lightweight phenomena, gamma rays, and magnetic particles in the Supreme World atmosphere.
However, it was a challenging task because the atmosphere is very "infested" with miscellaneous flashes, such as city lights or airport mushrooms, according to Panasyuk.
The story comes less than a year after the astronomers find out many of the fast, exceptional light that does not differ from anything that was observed in the space. Supernova is the event – the explosion of the great stars at the end of their lives – but they are much more, only one week per month, Miika Pursiainen of the University of Southampton told RT.
One theory behind the decision was that there was a star near the end of his life with huge amounts of material before supernova was exploded, but there will be more data needed to conclude scientists.
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