EarthSky website reported that for the first time astronomers have captured an intense flash of radio waves, known as rapid real-time radio outbreak. The incident lasted only a few milliseconds, but some scientists argue that the outbreak may be derived from 5.5 billion light years away, indicating that the signal is caused by a huge source of energy produced.
This is called a distant black hole located within the KA 1858 galaxies. Researchers are observed in the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and help astrophysicist at the University of California under. It is estimated that the black hole’s mass is about 800 times the mass of the sun around.