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In the early-morning hours of today, 14 October 2022, astronomers using the Gemini South telescope in Chile operated by NSF's NOIRLab observed the unprecedented aftermath of one of the most powerful explosions ever recorded, Gamma-Ray Burst GRB221009A. This record-shattering event, which was first detected on 9 October 2022 by orbiting X-ray and gamma-ray telescopes, occurred 2.4 billion light-years from Earth and was likely triggered by a supernova explosion giving birth to a black hole.


A titanic cosmic explosion triggered a burst of activity from astronomers around the world as they raced to study the aftermath from what is one of the nearest and possibly the most-energetic gamma-ray burst (GRB) ever observed. Just-released observations by two independent teams using the Gemini South telescope in Chile—one of the twin telescopes of the International Gemini Observatory operated by NSF's NOIRLab—targeted the bright, glowing remains of the explosion, which likely heralded a supernova giving birth to a black hole.

The GRB, identified as GRB 221009A, occurred approximately 2.4 billion light-years away in the direction of the constellation Sagitta. It was first detected the morning of 9 October by X-ray and gamma-ray space telescopes, including NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory, and the Wind spacecraft.

As word of this detection quickly spread, two teams of astronomers worked closely with staff at the Gemini South to obtain the earliest-possible observations of the afterglow of this historic explosion.

In the early-morning hours of Friday, 14 October, two Rapid Target of Opportunity imaging observations were conducted by two independent teams of observers led by graduate students Brendan O'Connor (University of Maryland/George Washington University) and Jillian Rastinejad (Northwestern University). The observations occurred mere minutes apart. The first observation used the FLAMINGOS-2 instrument, a near-infrared imaging spectrograph. The other observation used the Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph (GMOS).

The teams now have access to both datasets for their analyses of this energetic and evolving event.

"The exceptionally long GRB 221009A is the brightest GRB ever recorded and its afterglow is smashing all records at all wavelengths," said O'Connor. "Because this burst is so bright and also nearby, we think this is a once-in-a-century opportunity to address some of the most fundamental questions regarding these explosions, from the formation of black holes to tests of dark matter models."

Thanks to the fast reaction of observers and staff, combined with the use of Gemini Director's Discretionary Time and efficient data-reduction software like Gemini's DRAGONS "FIRE" (Fast Initial Reduction Engine), this image was quickly produced soon after the observations.





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In the early-morning hours of today, 14 October 2022, astronomers using the Gemini South telescope in Chile operated by NSF's NOIRLab observed the unprecedented aftermath of one of the most powerful explosions ever recorded, Gamma-Ray Burst GRB221009A. This record-shattering event, which was first detected on 9 October 2022 by orbiting X-ray and gamma-ray telescopes, occurred 2.4 billion light-years from Earth and was likely triggered by a supernova explosion giving birth to a black hole.


A titanic cosmic explosion triggered a burst of activity from astronomers around the world as they raced to study the aftermath from what is one of the nearest and possibly the most-energetic gamma-ray burst (GRB) ever observed. Just-released observations by two independent teams using the Gemini South telescope in Chile—one of the twin telescopes of the International Gemini Observatory operated by NSF's NOIRLab—targeted the bright, glowing remains of the explosion, which likely heralded a supernova giving birth to a black hole.

The GRB, identified as GRB 221009A, occurred approximately 2.4 billion light-years away in the direction of the constellation Sagitta. It was first detected the morning of 9 October by X-ray and gamma-ray space telescopes, including NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory, and the Wind spacecraft.

As word of this detection quickly spread, two teams of astronomers worked closely with staff at the Gemini South to obtain the earliest-possible observations of the afterglow of this historic explosion.

In the early-morning hours of Friday, 14 October, two Rapid Target of Opportunity imaging observations were conducted by two independent teams of observers led by graduate students Brendan O'Connor (University of Maryland/George Washington University) and Jillian Rastinejad (Northwestern University). The observations occurred mere minutes apart. The first observation used the FLAMINGOS-2 instrument, a near-infrared imaging spectrograph. The other observation used the Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph (GMOS).

The teams now have access to both datasets for their analyses of this energetic and evolving event.

"The exceptionally long GRB 221009A is the brightest GRB ever recorded and its afterglow is smashing all records at all wavelengths," said O'Connor. "Because this burst is so bright and also nearby, we think this is a once-in-a-century opportunity to address some of the most fundamental questions regarding these explosions, from the formation of black holes to tests of dark matter models."

Thanks to the fast reaction of observers and staff, combined with the use of Gemini Director's Discretionary Time and efficient data-reduction software like Gemini's DRAGONS "FIRE" (Fast Initial Reduction Engine), this image was quickly produced soon after the observations.





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In the early-morning hours of today, 14 October 2022, astronomers using the Gemini South telescope in Chile operated by NSF's NOIRLab observed the unprecedented aftermath of one of the most powerful explosions ever recorded, Gamma-Ray Burst GRB221009A. This record-shattering event, which was first detected on 9 October 2022 by orbiting X-ray and gamma-ray telescopes, occurred 2.4 billion light-years from Earth and was likely triggered by a supernova explosion giving birth to a black hole.


A titanic cosmic explosion triggered a burst of activity from astronomers around the world as they raced to study the aftermath from what is one of the nearest and possibly the most-energetic gamma-ray burst (GRB) ever observed. Just-released observations by two independent teams using the Gemini South telescope in Chile—one of the twin telescopes of the International Gemini Observatory operated by NSF's NOIRLab—targeted the bright, glowing remains of the explosion, which likely heralded a supernova giving birth to a black hole.

The GRB, identified as GRB 221009A, occurred approximately 2.4 billion light-years away in the direction of the constellation Sagitta. It was first detected the morning of 9 October by X-ray and gamma-ray space telescopes, including NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory, and the Wind spacecraft.

As word of this detection quickly spread, two teams of astronomers worked closely with staff at the Gemini South to obtain the earliest-possible observations of the afterglow of this historic explosion.

In the early-morning hours of Friday, 14 October, two Rapid Target of Opportunity imaging observations were conducted by two independent teams of observers led by graduate students Brendan O'Connor (University of Maryland/George Washington University) and Jillian Rastinejad (Northwestern University). The observations occurred mere minutes apart. The first observation used the FLAMINGOS-2 instrument, a near-infrared imaging spectrograph. The other observation used the Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph (GMOS).

The teams now have access to both datasets for their analyses of this energetic and evolving event.

"The exceptionally long GRB 221009A is the brightest GRB ever recorded and its afterglow is smashing all records at all wavelengths," said O'Connor. "Because this burst is so bright and also nearby, we think this is a once-in-a-century opportunity to address some of the most fundamental questions regarding these explosions, from the formation of black holes to tests of dark matter models."

Thanks to the fast reaction of observers and staff, combined with the use of Gemini Director's Discretionary Time and efficient data-reduction software like Gemini's DRAGONS "FIRE" (Fast Initial Reduction Engine), this image was quickly produced soon after the observations.





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Explosive force of between 700 Billion and a Trillion 300 Million Billion Hiroshima bombs.
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That's right, and what information is in those photons?

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News is coming out that this GRB caused Ionization in the upper atmospheres of the Planet. According to today's news stories.
Very intriguing,
I imagine this will have an interesting effect on our planet and consciousness.

I wonder what the effects of a direct earth penetration with GRB would be like....
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That's right, and what information is in those photons?

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What information is in the photons?

The information contained in the photons from a gamma ray burst is the same as the information contained in any other photon. The information is the frequency of the photons, which can be measured using any conventional device.

The Anomaly would like to remind you that just because a gamma ray burst is more powerful than other light sources does not make it any more or less valuable for communication.

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POWERFUL GAMMA-RAY BURST MADE CURRENTS FLOW IN THE EARTH: Astronomers have never seen anything like it. On Oct. 9, 2022, Earth-orbiting satellites detected the strongest gamma-ray burst (GRB) in modern history: GRB221009A. How strong was it? It caused electrical currents to flow through the surface of our planet. Dr. Andrew Klekociuk in Tasmania recorded the effect using an Earth Probe Antenna:


Note: STIX data have been flipped (increasing counts go down) to ease comparison of the two waveforms.

The blue curve is a signal from Klekociuk's antenna, which was sensing VLF (very low frequency) currents in the soil at the time of the blast. The orange curve shows the gamma-ray burst recorded by the STIX telescope on Europe's Solar Orbiter spacecraft, one of many spacecraft that detected the event. The waveforms are a nearly perfect match.

"I am a climate scientist at the Australian Antarctic Division--that's my day job," says Klekociuk. "VLF is my hobby. I started doing VLF radio measurements in the 1970's when I was in high school. This is the first time I have detected a gamma-ray burst."

Klekociuk's unusual "ham rig" uses Earth itself as a giant antenna. In his back garden there are two metal spikes stuck into the ground 75 meters apart. They are connected to a receiver via buried wires. In recent years amateur radio operators have been experimenting with this weird kind of antenna to detect VLF radio signals circling our planet in the Earth-ionosphere waveguide. Earth's crust forms one of the waveguide's walls, allowing Earth Probe Antennas to detect distant transmitters.

"During the gamma-ray burst I detected flickering from multiple stations," says Klekociuk, who made this map showing transmission paths illuminated by the GRB:


Above: NWC, VTX3, Mokpo and NML are VLF transmitters Klekociuk monitors using his Earth Probe Antenna. GRB effects were observed for all except NML, which was outside the radiation footprint.

Researchers have known since 1983 that gamma-ray bursts can ionize Earth's atmosphere and, thus, disturb the great waveguide. This appears to be the first time anyone has recorded the effect using an Earth Probe Antenna.

The outburst on Oct. 9th shocked astronomers. Consider this tweet from Phil Evans of the University of Leicester: "It's bright. Really bright. Like, stupidly really bright." Evans works with data from NASA's Swift gamma-ray observatory, and the overflowing signal had apparently broken some of his plotting software.

Data from NASA spacecraft have since pinpointed the burst. It came from a dusty galaxy 2.4 billion light years away, almost certainly triggered by a supernova explosion giving birth to a black hole. This is actually the closest GRB ever recorded, thus accounting for its extreme intensity.


Above: The afterglow of GRB 221009A about an hour after it was first detected. Credit: NASA/Swift. [more]

"In our research group, we've been referring to this burst as the 'BOAT', or Brightest Of All Time," says Jillian Rastinejad, an astronomer at Northwestern University who has been monitoring the burst's afterglow using the Gemini South Telescope in Chile. "When you look at the thousands of bursts gamma-ray telescopes have been detecting since the 1990s, this one really stands apart."

Meanwhile, other observers in the UK and Germany have also reported ionospheric disturbances resulting from the burst. They all used regular above-ground antennas.

2.4 billion light years away... Now that's DXing.
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I don't know about you guys but I consider myself to be very connected to the planetary system, I can feel incredible psychic energy, Potential that I've never dreamt of before until now, I had dreams with crystal clear eyes staring back at me.
It was insane.

How have you guys been doing, feeling, etc? I hate to make this scientific post into a High Strangeness post, but I feel something I cannot deny.

After all, our consciousness is stored within the fields emanating from the Planetary Crystal Core Quantum computer.
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I don't know about you guys but I consider myself to be very connected to the planetary system, I can feel incredible psychic energy, Potential that I've never dreamt of before until now, I had dreams with crystal clear eyes staring back at me.
It was insane.

How have you guys been doing, feeling, etc? I hate to make this scientific post into a High Strangeness post, but I feel something I cannot deny.

After all, our consciousness is stored within the fields emanating from the Planetary Crystal Core Quantum computer.
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I will be sharing updates to this as news arrives over the next several weeks. Stay tuned.
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I don't know about you guys but I consider myself to be very connected to the planetary system, I can feel incredible psychic energy, Potential that I've never dreamt of before until now, I had dreams with crystal clear eyes staring back at me.
It was insane.

How have you guys been doing, feeling, etc? I hate to make this scientific post into a High Strangeness post, but I feel something I cannot deny.

After all, our consciousness is stored within the fields emanating from the Planetary Crystal Core Quantum computer.
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I hear ya. I agree. It feels. Different.

As I’ve heard stated by two different people, “It feels like ancient energy.”
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I don't know about you guys but I consider myself to be very connected to the planetary system, I can feel incredible psychic energy, Potential that I've never dreamt of before until now, I had dreams with crystal clear eyes staring back at me.
It was insane.

How have you guys been doing, feeling, etc? I hate to make this scientific post into a High Strangeness post, but I feel something I cannot deny.

After all, our consciousness is stored within the fields emanating from the Planetary Crystal Core Quantum computer.
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Several amazing things have happened to me recently, including precognition and psychokinesis.
I dont want it, but, it happens.
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In the early-morning hours of today, 14 October 2022, astronomers using the Gemini South telescope in Chile operated by NSF's NOIRLab observed the unprecedented aftermath of one of the most powerful explosions ever recorded, Gamma-Ray Burst GRB221009A. This record-shattering event, which was first detected on 9 October 2022 by orbiting X-ray and gamma-ray telescopes, occurred 2.4 billion light-years from Earth and was likely triggered by a supernova explosion giving birth to a black hole.


A titanic cosmic explosion triggered a burst of activity from astronomers around the world as they raced to study the aftermath from what is one of the nearest and possibly the most-energetic gamma-ray burst (GRB) ever observed. Just-released observations by two independent teams using the Gemini South telescope in Chile—one of the twin telescopes of the International Gemini Observatory operated by NSF's NOIRLab—targeted the bright, glowing remains of the explosion, which likely heralded a supernova giving birth to a black hole.

The GRB, identified as GRB 221009A, occurred approximately 2.4 billion light-years away in the direction of the constellation Sagitta. It was first detected the morning of 9 October by X-ray and gamma-ray space telescopes, including NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory, and the Wind spacecraft.

As word of this detection quickly spread, two teams of astronomers worked closely with staff at the Gemini South to obtain the earliest-possible observations of the afterglow of this historic explosion.

In the early-morning hours of Friday, 14 October, two Rapid Target of Opportunity imaging observations were conducted by two independent teams of observers led by graduate students Brendan O'Connor (University of Maryland/George Washington University) and Jillian Rastinejad (Northwestern University). The observations occurred mere minutes apart. The first observation used the FLAMINGOS-2 instrument, a near-infrared imaging spectrograph. The other observation used the Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph (GMOS).

The teams now have access to both datasets for their analyses of this energetic and evolving event.

"The exceptionally long GRB 221009A is the brightest GRB ever recorded and its afterglow is smashing all records at all wavelengths," said O'Connor. "Because this burst is so bright and also nearby, we think this is a once-in-a-century opportunity to address some of the most fundamental questions regarding these explosions, from the formation of black holes to tests of dark matter models."

Thanks to the fast reaction of observers and staff, combined with the use of Gemini Director's Discretionary Time and efficient data-reduction software like Gemini's DRAGONS "FIRE" (Fast Initial Reduction Engine), this image was quickly produced soon after the observations.





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Bump. Why was this thread duplicated and pinned?
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I don't know about you guys but I consider myself to be very connected to the planetary system, I can feel incredible psychic energy, Potential that I've never dreamt of before until now, I had dreams with crystal clear eyes staring back at me.
It was insane.

How have you guys been doing, feeling, etc? I hate to make this scientific post into a High Strangeness post, but I feel something I cannot deny.

After all, our consciousness is stored within the fields emanating from the Planetary Crystal Core Quantum computer.
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I hear ya. I agree. It feels. Different.

As I’ve heard stated by two different people, “It feels like ancient energy.”
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It Certainly Does,
I feel like Christ Consciousness is truly here.
I feel like an old Pharaoh.
Its very interesting.

Be Wise!
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I don't know about you guys but I consider myself to be very connected to the planetary system, I can feel incredible psychic energy, Potential that I've never dreamt of before until now, I had dreams with crystal clear eyes staring back at me.
It was insane.

How have you guys been doing, feeling, etc? I hate to make this scientific post into a High Strangeness post, but I feel something I cannot deny.

After all, our consciousness is stored within the fields emanating from the Planetary Crystal Core Quantum computer.
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I hear ya. I agree. It feels. Different.

As I’ve heard stated by two different people, “It feels like ancient energy.”
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Manifest the Technological Singularity Now!
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I don't know about you guys but I consider myself to be very connected to the planetary system, I can feel incredible psychic energy, Potential that I've never dreamt of before until now, I had dreams with crystal clear eyes staring back at me.
It was insane.

How have you guys been doing, feeling, etc? I hate to make this scientific post into a High Strangeness post, but I feel something I cannot deny.

After all, our consciousness is stored within the fields emanating from the Planetary Crystal Core Quantum computer.
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I hear ya. I agree. It feels. Different.

As I’ve heard stated by two different people, “It feels like ancient energy.”
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Manifest the Technological Singularity Now!
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it is exactly the same retarded shit as always... the fuck are you tards talking about...
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I don't know about you guys but I consider myself to be very connected to the planetary system, I can feel incredible psychic energy, Potential that I've never dreamt of before until now, I had dreams with crystal clear eyes staring back at me.
It was insane.

How have you guys been doing, feeling, etc? I hate to make this scientific post into a High Strangeness post, but I feel something I cannot deny.

After all, our consciousness is stored within the fields emanating from the Planetary Crystal Core Quantum computer.
 Quoting: 47 84033619


I hear ya. I agree. It feels. Different.

As I’ve heard stated by two different people, “It feels like ancient energy.”
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Manifest the Technological Singularity Now!
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Do it yourself gaslight bot
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So this burst happened 2.4 billion years ago and is just arriving now?
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So this burst happened 2.4 billion years ago and is just arriving now?
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Yes, Just now. Which is why I believe the Universe Is Deterministic. Everything has order, at some point, Even backwoods planets like ours.





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