Gamma rays are electromagnetic radiation, physically identical to radio, heat, light, microwave, etc., but with shorter wavelength (higher frequency).
They travel at the 'speed of light': 300 million meters (186 thousand miles) per second.
The wavelength of a Gamma Ray is 10-11 meters (10 picometers) or less.
The example of an Gamma-Ray is a Electromagnetic Wave thank you for your cooperation ;D
Mass number does not change with gamma ray emmision
The symbol for gamma-ray is the lower case of the third letter of the Greek alphabet,γ
At the speed of light.
The black holes from Gamma ray usually burst because of their energetic form.
A gamma ray burst results from an extremely energetic implosion/explosion, as in supernovae or hypernovae events, or the less likely possibility of the combination of 2 neutron stars.
Earth gets hit every day by gamma-ray bursts - from far, far away. Depending on how near the gamma-ray burst is, it may cause some serious damage.
Being the amount of energy it is - very high - it's only nuclear events that can cause a gamma ray burst. Fusion and fission, the merging or breaking of atomic particles, can produce gamma rays.
It happens when two gamma rays come from different stars and collide and make a big explosion . A gamma ray burst is when two gamma rays come from different stars and collide and make a big explosion. BOOM
Mega Disasters - 2006 Gamma Ray Burst 2-3 was released on: USA: 18 September 2007
No, but Hawking radiation does leak out from it.
The earth would be completely destroyed.
A gamma ray represents a high energy photon. It is a biologically hazardous burst of electromagnetic radiation. The French chemist Paul Villard was the person that first discovered the gamma ray in 1900.
Light ray and gamma ray both travel in a straight line.
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