ht_sdss1133_nasa_goddard_jc_141120_16x9_992In a galaxy far, far away, a mysterious light source is intriguing an international team of astronomers. Known as SDSS1133, the cosmic light appears as a bright spot on astronomical surveys, where it has been captured without explanation for six decades. After analyzing the light source, which is estimated to be more than 90 million light years away, astronomers said they’ve narrowed it down to two likely possibilities. It could be a supermassive black hole that merged with another and was kicked out of its native galaxy or a remnant of a supernova explosion. More