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PostSubject: Most 'Bizarre' Strobe Light Star   Most 'Bizarre' Strobe Light Star Icon_minitimeThu Sep 25, 2008 9:04 pm

http://blogs.usatoday.com/sciencefair/2008/09/astronomers-spo.html

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"We are dealing with an object that has been hibernating for decades before entering a brief period of activity," said Alberto J. Castro-Tirado

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PostSubject: Re: Most 'Bizarre' Strobe Light Star   Most 'Bizarre' Strobe Light Star Icon_minitimeFri Sep 26, 2008 4:11 am

I think it looks pretty! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Most 'Bizarre' Strobe Light Star   Most 'Bizarre' Strobe Light Star Icon_minitimeFri Sep 26, 2008 6:58 am

Laughing

It's either one of these:

The birth of a star
The death of a star
Aliens trying to get contact like what we're doing.

It's basically a star that's flashing. This also brings up the big bang theory. It'll make it harder to prove because it's very difficult to say how those particles got out there that far away.

P.S. Laughing the "scientists" made a mistake.

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It initially showed up as a gamma-ray burst, leading astronomers to think it was the death of a star in the far-off universe.

I think they meant to say galaxy but w\e. There's only 1 universe unless they're talking about something stupid like a parralel universe or something. Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: Most 'Bizarre' Strobe Light Star   Most 'Bizarre' Strobe Light Star Icon_minitimeSat Sep 27, 2008 1:00 pm

Stance Punk wrote:
Laughing

It's either one of these:

The birth of a star
The death of a star
Aliens trying to get contact like what we're doing.

It's basically a star that's flashing. This also brings up the big bang theory. It'll make it harder to prove because it's very difficult to say how those particles got out there that far away.

P.S. Laughing the "scientists" made a mistake.

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It initially showed up as a gamma-ray burst, leading astronomers to think it was the death of a star in the far-off universe.

I think they meant to say galaxy but w\e. There's only 1 universe unless they're talking about something stupid like a parralel universe or something. Laughing
I didn't bother clicking your link, but they meant far-off in the universe. Twas no mistake.
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