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THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO BOOM  A tremendous explosion, dubbed GRB 130427A, has occurred in the nearby universe and major telescopes across Earth and space are investigating. The gamma-ray burst was first seen by the Earth-orbiting Swift satellite; within minutes, the half-meter ISON telescope in New Mexico found the blast in visible light, noted its extreme brightness, and relayed more exact coordinates. Soon after the bright optical counterpart was being tracked by several telescopes in California, New Mexico, and Hawaii. Pictured in the above animation, the entire gamma-ray sky is shown becoming momentarily dominated by the intense glow of GRB 130427A — about five billion miles away — with the possibility of a classic supernova to follow soon.  (Photo: NASA, DOE, Fermi LAT Collaboration via NASA APOD)

THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO BOOM  A tremendous explosion, dubbed GRB 130427A, has occurred in the nearby universe and major telescopes across Earth and space are investigating. The gamma-ray burst was first seen by the Earth-orbiting Swift satellite; within minutes, the half-meter ISON telescope in New Mexico found the blast in visible light, noted its extreme brightness, and relayed more exact coordinates. Soon after the bright optical counterpart was being tracked by several telescopes in California, New Mexico, and Hawaii. Pictured in the above animation, the entire gamma-ray sky is shown becoming momentarily dominated by the intense glow of GRB 130427A — about five billion miles away — with the possibility of a classic supernova to follow soon.  (Photo: NASADOEFermi LAT Collaboration via NASA APOD)