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The peak in Lodz is a case of gravitational lens, a phenomenon predicted by Albert Einstein.
Fermi GRB190429.74 is the explanation. Gamma rays, X rays etc. were polarized by stars, planets etc. in that place. I thank Prof. Antoine Labeyrie who taught me about gravitational lenses :).
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