Scott Dupree
A record-breaking gamma-ray burst from a black hole billions of light-years away caused significant variations in Earth's ionosphere. Researchers detected electromagnetic field variations at high ionospheric altitudes and observed effects lasting 10 hours after the burst's 7-minute duration. Understanding these distant explosions can help predict the impact of nearby events on Earth's atmosphere.
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