‘Event Horizon Telescope’ (EHTFor the first time ever, scientists working on) have created a reflection showing the magnetic field around a black hole. This black hole resides in the ‘Messier 87’ galaxy. This in the year 2019 ‘EHTScientists working on the telescope were the first to see the shadow of this black hole. The shadow of a black hole is the dark region around a black hole. That shadow is three times the diameter of this black hole. This shadow of a black hole is a region beyond which even light cannot pass!
The presence of a strong magnetic field will polarize a large amount of light
Scientists have now analyzed the polarization of light in the illuminated region around the shadow of a black hole. According to this analysis, some matter is absorbed into the black hole and another is thrown out in the form of explosive fountains. The fungus outside is hot and stormy. Here matter is subject to accelerated motion (motion with constant increase in velocity), it produces a large amount of light. From this analysis it can be concluded that the presence of strong magnetic fields will polarize a large amount of light energy. This new reflection will help us to understand how powerful radiation fumes are emitted from black holes.
Scientists have discovered for the first time the gravitational waves produced by the collision of neutron stars and black holes
For the first time ever, scientists have discovered gravitational waves caused by a collision between a neutron star and a black hole. These gravitational waves were discovered from space-time fabric. This research shows that neutron stars have black hole systems. Such systems of neutron star blackholes could be helpful in answering questions about our universe.
Some matter is absorbed into the black hole while the rest of the matter is blown out in the form of fountains.
For the first time ever, a team of international scientists working on the Event Horizon Telescope has obtained a reflection of the magnetic field around a black hole. This black hole is in the ‘Messier 87’ galaxy. The shadow of this blackhole is the dark region around the blackhole. This shadow of a black hole is three times the diameter of a black hole. Scientists analyzed the polarization of light in the illuminated region around that black hole.
According to this analysis, some matter is absorbed in the black hole. While the rest of the matter is blown out in the form of a fountain. The substance thrown out is hot and stormy. Here, when matter is subjected to accelerated motion (motion with constant increase in velocity), it produces light. We call this situation a black hole shining in the dark. From this analysis it can be concluded that the polarization of such a large amount of light energy can only be due to the presence of a strong magnetic field. This new analysis will be helpful in understanding how black holes emit powerful radiation eruptions from themselves. In this case, such systems would help us to answer a number of questions about the universe, from the formation of stars to the expansion of the universe.
Scientists saw flames being thrown out of a black hole
Scientists in India say they have seen flames erupt from a supermassive black hole called a ‘BL lace art’ or ‘blazer’. Scientists at the Department of Science and Technology say they have seen the strongest volcano ever. Analysis of the flames could be helpful in determining the force of the black hole, and the source of the flames. Such an analysis could help us to understand the different stages of evolution of the universe.
Scientists found smaller black holes in NGC 6397 instead of a massive black hole
Scientists have found in NGC 6397 that there are a large number of smaller black holes in the constellation instead of a supermassive black hole. These global clusters are the deepest galaxies. These global clusters are the deepest galaxies. They contain stars in their own right. Such galaxies are typically very old. This galaxy is as old as the universe. This constellation is a cluster of stars closest to our Earth. This constellation of stars is called a ‘core clasped cluster’ because of its very deep nuclei. The stars in the center of the cluster have been measured and observed by NASA with the Hubble Telescope in space.
Where and how do gravitational waves form in the universe?
– When the middle part of the supernova star, which is experiencing explosions, collapses and disintegrates, such gravitational waves are generated and propagate through the space-time fabric.
– The energy expended by the merging of two neutron stars or small dwarf stars (white dwarf stars) causes gravitational waves to be generated and spread across the universe.
– Some neutron stars are not perfectly spherical. They revolve around their imaginary axis. Even in such a situation gravitational waves are generated and spread across the universe.