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Russian scientists have discovered in space "impossible" hot object
beer
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07-17-2017 12:14 PM

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cow Russian scientists have discovered in space "impossible" hot object
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Quote:Russian scientists have discovered in space "impossible" hot object, which can not be described in the framework of existing models. It's about the quasar 3C 273.

The results of the new study are published in the journal Astrophysical Journal Letters. Quasars have always been among the most mysterious space objects. However, the quasar 3C 273 located in the constellation of the Virgo stands out against the background of others. And not only because it was the first astronomical object in history to be identified precisely as a quasar. Measurements of specialists of the Russian observatory "Radioastron" have shown that the object has an effective temperature from 10 to 40 trillion ÂșC. This temperature has already been called "impossible", since it exceeds the maximum limit of theoretical calculations by about ten times.

It was assumed that the temperature of the plasma, which consists of quasar jets, can not be above 500 billion degrees. Scientists can not yet explain why 3C 273 violates theoretical calculations. "This contradicts our understanding of the nature of quasar radiation. We have not yet succeeded in finding a satisfactory explanation for the detected 10-fold "temperature rise". I believe that behind this amazing result lies a new chapter in the study of the distant universe, "says the Russian scientist Nikolai Kardashev. Perhaps, to understand the nature of 3C 273 new research will help.
http://www.ecosever.ru/article/18553.html

Eustace Muffins  Wrote: (09-18-2017 09:36 PM)
Theyre both fake fucktard.
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07-18-2017 03:45 AM

 



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RE: Russian scientists have discovered in space "impossible" hot object
Teraelectron volt temps are created routinely now. One ev is about 14 k c

Sounds like bs

But the virgo angle is interesting

Any truth to that?
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RE: Russian scientists have discovered in space "impossible" hot object
Nibiru!!!!!Scream1
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07-18-2017 03:51 AM

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RE: Russian scientists have discovered in space "impossible" hot object
Damn scientists... figure it out!!!

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I'm trying to barbecue.
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RE: Russian scientists have discovered in space "impossible" hot object
its 30 f*cking light years away.


they cant even get a real image of half the planets yet im going to trust anyone on this planet knows anything about an object 30 light years away ?


R O F L.
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RE: Russian scientists have discovered in space "impossible" hot object
Well damn. They don't know.. so... THE EARTH IS FLAT! Here's the proof folks!

How can they doubt with such flat earth proofs?! Rofl
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