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xxolah
Member # 50394
 - posted April 25, 2014 12:51
any one know how much firepower "set in megatons" a gamma ray burst has?
 
TheMoMan
Member # 1659
 - posted April 25, 2014 14:55
It might help if you declared the source. Are you wondering about a solar CMD (Coronal Mass Discharge) or a super Nova.
 
xxolah
Member # 50394
 - posted April 25, 2014 17:42
i am wondering about the burst of gamma rays that is shoot out of blackholes
 
TheMoMan
Member # 1659
 - posted April 25, 2014 21:43
If you believe that a black hole is a bagel shaped torrid then part of string theory states that energy may come out along the axis of rotation.

If I remember correctly it has to be Gamma radiation to have enough energy to over come the huge gravities inside the Black Hole.

At this point I believe that all values are guesstimates.

The reason I brought up CMEs/CMDs was because our own Sun just shot some energy out away from earth. Splitting the gap between us and Mercury.

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