Long Gamma-Ray Burst From a Collapsing Star

At the center of a series of nested blue circles is a black dot representing a black hole. A pair of cone-shaped, white jets emerge from either side of the black hole, tilted 45 degrees from vertical. The outermost blue circle has layered scalloped edges.
NASA
CreditNASA
Historical DateJanuary 9, 2023
Language
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An illustration of a long gamma-ray burst caused by a collapsing star. The colors depicted in this illustration are for artistic purposes only.