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Useless stars in Milky Manner’s companion galaxy trigger gamma-ray cocoon

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Mysterious ultrabright gamma-ray emissions within the big bubbles blown out by our galaxy might lastly have an evidence.

Researchers used information from the Gaia and Fermi area telescopes to go looking by means of the Fermi bubbles, a pair of colossal hourglass-shaped bubbles that stretch from the poles of the Milky Manner and span 50,000 light-years, to hint the supply of the very shiny gamma-ray emission spots.

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