getting round a problem

25 Feb 2016

At http://phys.org/print375467925.html ... getting round the problem of a gamma ray burst being detected at the same time as the hypothetical merger of two black hole has not vexed mainstream for too long - just a couple of days it would seem. We now have a black hole swalling a massive star - and spitting out a gamma ray burst.

At http://phys.org/print375441286.html .... we have a little history of 'globular clusters' - don't know what they are then read the link. The role of Charles Messier is interesting.