The large-scale collision of several galactic clusters (each containing hundreds of galaxies) created an incredible panorama of energy shocks. The events led to the formation of shock waves, which launched brightly radiating celestial fireworks marked here with orange and red colors. In the center you can see purple - X-rays caused by powerful heating.
Composite image of Abell 2744 with combined radio, X-ray and visible data
The area under consideration is Abell 2744, which is 4 billion light-years distant from us. The radio fragment was extracted by a Very Large Array with the addition of earlier information from the Chandra X-ray Observatory and the visible light reviews of the Subaru telescopes and the Very Large Telescope. New observations noted the areas where the attacks dispersed the subatomic particles, which caused the radio emission.
Radioisotope snapshot of Abell 2744 plot, demonstrating radio emission produced by subatomic particles accelerated by collisions of galactic clusters
Scientists are considering a combined image to understand the sequence of collisions of galactic clusters. Now everything suggests that the blows occurred from north to south, as well as between east and west. Perhaps there was a third collision, but the details will appear only with further reviews.
Animation (radio, optical and X-ray images) Abell 2744