RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A group of astronomers detected the largest explosion in the universe ever recorded, an event caused by a giant black hole located 390 million light-years away.
According to CNN, the explosion was so large that it could have fit fifteen galaxies the size of our Milky Way, simply to get an idea of its size.
The detection was possible after combining the data obtained using ground and space telescopes from NASA, the European Space Agency and other countries such as Australia and India.
The energy resulting from this explosion breaks all previous records and is . . .