Twelve thousand light years from Earth
At the possible location of [?] outbursts
Ignorant and worn weary, we saw the giant magnetar
This remarkable super-dense object
Was once a giant neutron star

The remnant of a collapsed and molten core
A curious breed of galaxy never seen before
No longer able to support its mass
It's unleashed ten thousand-trillion watts of noxious gas

Aboard the Black Hole Hunter

In very intense but fleeting flashes
Even stars were turned into ashes
When making the fleeting final appearance
They beg you, please envision massive collisions

Speed is crucial to the chase
You wanna catch those first few bursts
The unknown looks you in the face
You always wanted to be the first

Swiftly swiveling, directly at the burst position
The machine has made the wrong decision
But it can't take it back
It turns to point its ocular toward the blast
But that particular action, the protocol says do last

Aboard the Black Hole Hunter


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