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Tonight on Mysteries of the Universe the mystery of the Lorentzian Abyssal Brought to you by the Discovery Channel

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The universe as we know it is full of strange and fascinating places, but one of the greatest mysteries is one the is in fact located quiet close to home. Located in the the Gamma Cluster a mere 300 light years away from Earth is a place known as the Lorentzian Abyssal. The Lorentzian Abyssal is an area of nothingness, no stars no nebula nothing just emptiness for roughly 30 light years in al direction, this is of course is an enormous gap in space, but this is not the strangest part. Whats strange is that when the areas where charted and designated as high priority for survey crews by core world astronomers, they believed that the area was heavily populated by middle to early aged stars, however when the survey teams arrived they found nothing. This raised the obvious question of how could an entire region of space filled with stars become empty in such a short amount of time. Scientist quickly launched an investigation into what had happened, but first they needed to know when it happened, this was of course the easy if tedious part. Due to the time it takes light to travel across the distances in mention it is possible to find a location where the light from around the time of the event. since the light reaching earth was roughly 300 years old and the stars where still shinning they needed to travel from the Lorentzian Abyssal back towards Earth until the stars became visible then throughly investigate that area for a place where the time of the shift would be a reasonable length of time in the future. On the planet BY-34c they found what they were looking for and set up camp. Three weeks later it happened and what scientists saw stunned them, each star one by one over the period of about a week flickered and vanished. This has raised many questions and theories as to what occur. Some suggest small black holes, however no trace of current or even past black holes could be found not only that but the star simply flickered and disappeared rather then the normal events. Another theory is time distortions between the viewing locations and the stars themselves distortion time. This doesn't seem true either as no distortion has ever been found and time distortions in general are usually only able to slow time for a small amount of time averaging at about a week, the scale here is on that of billions of years. This like many mysteries in our home galaxy may never be uncovered but that wont stop scientists from searching for the answers to the many Mysteries of the Universe.

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