Does Gravity Make Light Bulbs Glow? | Space News

One of the strangest cosmic phenomena ever observed in the Milky Way galaxy is the Fermi Bubbles. In 2010, astronomers using the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope discovered the so-called bubbles — giant structures, mostly composed of gamma-rays, that stretch for tens of thousands of lightyears above and below the Milky Way’s spiral disk.

The so-called bubbles’ incredible size and weird energetic emissions have been a source of ongoing puzzlement for the last decade. However, plasma physicists can easily see the bubbles as demonstrations of electrical phenomenon documented in laboratories over many decades.

Stupendous Electric Currents Connect Galaxy Clusters | Space News
a 10 million light-year plasma filament links Abell 0399 and Abell 0401

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