UNUSUAL BLACK HOLE AT A SPIRAL
Black holes need to eat to survive and any matter or object that comes near their force field gets consumed. They shred and decimate that matter. HUBBLE FINDS UNUSUAL BLACK HOLE AT A SPIRAL
So Hubble scientists were pretty confused and amazed when they found a black hole. That would have been considered to be ‘starving’, with disc around it.
The black hole is at the heart of a spiral galaxy – NGC 3147, located 130 million light-years away. By its gravitational pull to feed its black hole. It shouldn’t have had a disc around it.
This black hole now provides scientists with an opportunity to test Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. Which is a combination of two theories – general and special relativity. Gravitational field that the light. The dynamic processes close to a black hole.
“We’ve never seen the effects of both general. Special relativity in visible light. With this much clarity,” said team member Marco Chiaberge of AURA for ESA. Johns Hopkins University said in a statement. This disc, the researchers used. The Hubble Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) instrument. HUBBLE FINDS UNUSUAL BLACK HOLE AT A SPIRAL
The astronomers selected this galaxy to prove the accepted models of low luminosity galaxies and their starving black holes.
“The type of disc we see is a scaled-down quasar that we did not expect to exist,” Bianchi explained in a statement. “It’s the same type of disc we see in objects that are 1000 or even 100 000 times more luminous. The predictions of current models for very faint active galaxies clearly failed.”
The Hubble telescopes is a collaboration between the US space agency NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA).
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