The Biggest Explosion Since the Big Bang

The biggest explosion since the Big Bang: Another moon revolving around the Earth has been discovered.

According to details, astronomers have discovered another moon six to twelve feet from the clash of stars. BIG NEWS (thread 1/3). Earth has a new temporarily captured object/Possible mini-moon called 2020 CD3. On the night of Feb. 15, my Catalina Sky Survey teammate Teddy Pruyne and I found a 20th magnitude object. Here are the discovery images.

– Kacper Wierzchos (@WierzchosKacper) February 26, 2020

According to the report, astronomers have observed a small galaxy orbiting the planet for three years. Astronomers have termed the orbiting moon as ‘mini-moon’.Remember that the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey discovered a washing machine-shaped planet.

According to astronomers, the diameter of the galaxy is six to 12 feet and it has the surface brightness of the type of asteroid. Astronomers keepers Velazquez and Teddy Parveen spotted the galaxy February 15. The moon is 2000 miles in diameter and has orbited the earth for four billion years. While a mini-moon orbited the planet less than a year before it could fly into space as a galaxy or fall to Earth like a metaphorical ball. To be clear, this is the second orbiting planet

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