Scientists discover largest universe explosion

The Ophiuchus galaxy's cavity. Picture provided by ICRAR

Scientists have recently discovered the largest known explosion since the Big Bang over 390 million light years away.

New technological advancements to astronomy have helped astronomers discover an explosion over five times larger than that of the largest explosion last recorded.

Future technological developments could lead to the discovery of other such phenomenon, as well as help scientists understand the universe in greater detail.

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