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Astronomers have no explanation for a mysterious bright flash in space observed by several telescopes. Suggestions range from a collision between a white dwarf star and a black hole to an exotic star made out of hypothetical "mirror matter," but none fit the phenomenon, according to scientists at the American Astronomical Society meeting.