Thankfully, nobody was hurt.
It’s an unprecedented prediction.
Explosions behave quite differently underwater than what you’d see on the surface.
SpaceX has suffered a serious setback after one of its rockets, carrying a $200 million communications satellite, exploded yesterday.
When a star is ready to drop the curtain, it goes out with a bang — a supernova explosion. But some double the bang.
The earthquake that occured yesterday near the coast of Japan, the 4th most powerful earthquake ever to be recorded, is causing even more problems, after the direct damage, the aftershocks, the tsunamis, and the fire tsunamis; this time, things can get way, way bigger and worse, and the disaster toll keeps rising. An explosion at a nuclear power plant destroyed
The US-Japan Sukazu observatory reported the finding of some never-before seen embers from the high temperature fireballs that immediately follower the supernovae explosions. Even after thousands of years in which they haven’t been exposed to any heat source, gas within these stellar wrecks is 10.000 hotter than the Sun’s surface. “This is the first evidence of a new type of