A record-breaking space explosion caused by a newborn black hole billions of light-years away rattled Earth's upper atmosphere. The explosion, known as GRB 221009A, emitted up to 18 teraelectronvolts of energy, making it the brightest space explosion on record. Scientists have observed that the explosion caused significant variations in Earth's ionospheric electric field, impacting both the bottom-side and top-side ionosphere.
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