October 04, 2022
According to a study which was published in the journal Nature Astronomy researchers have discovered a small satellite galaxy with dark matter.
The center of our galaxy is squandering a pair of plenty of gamma radiation bubbles.
This hourglass-shaped phenomenon was seen utilizing the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope from ten years ago.
Fermi bubble is an alternative name for radiation lobes, and they are stitched with a few mysterious substructures of very bright gamma-ray emission.
Gamma-ray images of the Fermi bubbles overlaid on a map of RR Lyrae stars are observed by the GAIA telescope.
The Fermi cocoon is occuring owing to the energetic processes, which from our perspective, is located behind the Fermi bubbles.
The electrons fired collide with low-energy photons of the Cosmic Microwave Background, moving them to high-energy gamma radiation.