Mysterious gamma-ray-emitting bubbles around the center of the Milky Way explained

Mysterious gamma-ray-emitting bubbles around the center of the Milky Way explained

The fast winds coming out of the galactic center create a shock forward and a shock backward. The latter forms the outline of the Fermi bubbles. Credit: Tokyo Metropolitan University A scientist from Tokyo Metropolitan University has shown that large gamma-ray-emitting bubbles around the center of the Milky Way were produced by fast winds blowing …

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