The observation was possible because of the works of a minisatellite called HaloSat that was launched from the ISS in 2018.
Musk said the satellites had been fitted with VisorSat that acts as a set of shades that keep the sun from reflecting off the satellites.
The objects could be a spherical shock wave generated from the blast from powerful events such as fast radio bursts, gamma-ray bursts or neutron star mergers.
The cluster of stars itself is located in the Carina region of our galaxy, about 8000 light-years away.
The collision took place 7.5 billion light-years from Earth and the black holes were about the size of Long Island.
The FRB in question reports like clockwork, in one of the most definitive patterns seen from a source of these flashes.
The time between each beat could reveal key information – particularly about the matter near the black hole, and its size.
"The flash was so powerful that it lit up the stream like a Christmas tree — it was a cataclysmic event!" said Principal Investigator Andrew Fox from STScI.
New type of Trojan asteroid discovered near Jupiter has an orbit like an asteroid but the tail of a comet
It is believed that Trojan asteroids have large amounts of ice beneath their surfaces, but there was never any evidence untill now.
Milky Way is a disc-shaped sea of stars in which the youngest and brightest stars cluster in the spiral arms.
The nebula's centre has more than 100 of the galaxy’s most massive young stars, that are bigger than the Sun
The new launch joined 120 similar spacecraft that were launched last year in May and November.
Turns out researchers caught something extra in this particular pulsar — a signature, in the form of a huge thermonuclear flash
TESS teamed up with Breakthrough Listen, an extraterrestrial intelligence search founded by Russian billionaire Yuri Milner.
We might have a second interstellar visitor: astronomers discover unknown object entering our solar system
If it is an interstellar object then scientists will be able to study it till it leaves our solar system in 2021.
The Milky Way began to form after the Big Bang that marked the beginning of the universe 13.8 billion years ago.
The explosion should have resulted in a neutron star, pulsar or black hole but no they have no trace of it.
Scientists think it might have originated from a neutron star merger 500 million light-years from Earth.
Main object, referred to as MM 1a, is a young massive star surrounded by a rotating disc of gas and dust.
A gamma-ray burst of this nature has the capacity to strip the Earth of its ozone layer: Study.