NASA detected massive fusion explosion in the space. The perpetrator seems to be distant pulsar, according to space agency – the remains of a star that exploded into a supernova but was too small to create a black hole.
"This series was excellent. We see a two-stage brightness change that we think is caused by discarding separate layers from pulsar surface and other functions that will help us decipher the physics of these powerful events ", lead researcher Peter Bult, astrophysicist of NASAGoddard Space The Maryland Flight Center said in a statement said Twist Article.
Astronomers believe fusion explosion is caused by helium that sinks beneath the surface pulsar and combines into a ball of carbon. "Then helium explodes and releases the fusion fire ball completely pulsar surface, "explained Zaven Arzoumanian, NICER project manager.