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(CNN)   If that was true, you'd think we would have seen it sooner   (cnn.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Galaxy, Sun, Star, Milky Way, star formation, Solar System, Supernova, Interstellar medium  
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2020-04-14 11:40:26 AM  
Well to be fair, there's no champagne.
 
2020-04-14 2:13:11 PM  
Did that read to anyone else like an 11 year old child wrote it?
 
2020-04-14 2:20:43 PM  
So....if we have something brighter than should be possible, are we going with the one in a trillion trillion odds of a stellar collision? or is the answer going to be boring
 
2020-04-14 2:22:59 PM  

foxy_canuck: Did that read to anyone else like an 11 year old child wrote it?


To be fair, it was 'written' by the second associate coffee girl who's job is normally to source slideshow pictures for real articles.
 
2020-04-14 2:24:29 PM  

lifeslammer: So....if we have something brighter than should be possible, are we going with the one in a trillion trillion odds of a stellar collision? or is the answer going to be boring


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2020-04-14 2:53:25 PM  
Just because it's bright at the source doesn't mean it's still bright and easy to spot here.  I'm sure subby knew that and was fishing for a response, so there it is.
 
2020-04-14 10:19:24 PM  
That's because we keep looking for them at night when it's dark and hard to see.
 
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