This Galaxy Cluster Is Home to the Most Powerful Explosion Since the Big Bang

‘Astronomers have compiled a stunning composite image of an extraordinarily large explosion that’s being powered by one of the largest supermassive black holes known to science.

The blast is located in galaxy cluster MS 0735.6+7421, which is located 2.6 billion light-years from Earth. As reported in ABC Science, the explosion, an active galactic nucleus (AGN) eruption that has been ongoing for the last 100 million years, is being fueled by a supermassive black hole that’s over 10 billion times the mass of our Sun…’

Source: Gizmodo