A fiery I’m here signal hit NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. The culprit is a monster black hole with a mass about 100,000 to 1 million times that of the Sun.
According to the sheet Space, The rocket is called AT 2020neh spread the word TDE event (tearing of stars by a black hole, in which the star is pulled directly toward the center of the black hole by tidal forces – a gravitational effect – until it tears apart due to the difference in force in the gravitational fields of the two objects) was described by the researchers. Young Supernova Experiment (YSE) found, thanks to the study of Hubble data.
Real images of black holes are shown using Hubble data
Real images of black holes are shown using Hubble data – (Photo: NASA).
In new research, an international team of scientists led by the University of California Santa Cruz – USA followed the lead of AT 2020neh and discovered something more valuable: a monster black hole in dwarf galaxy SDSS J152120.07+140410.5850 million light years away from us.
This is the rare time a black hole can be discovered through spontaneous signaling behavior of himself. The explosive TDE event came from an unlucky star that got too close to the black hole and was torn apart by it.
This monster black hole is estimated to be about 100,000 to 1 million times the size of the Sun, meaning it could be an intermediate black hole (mass ranges from 100 to 100,000 times that of the Sun ) or a supermassive black hole.
The black hole is inherently invisible because it is a completely dark object, but it is the TDE that makes it appear to astronomers because the radiation emitted far exceeds the light of all the stars in the dwarf galaxy.
With a super powerful telescope like NASA’s Hubble, It was an extremely clear “bomb”.not as a signal of denunciation, but as a declaration of its existence that this cosmic monster sends to Earthlings.
Scientists hope the new black hole will be small, at the lower end of the mass range calculated above. Because if it is an average black hole, it will be an extremely rare discovery and the above discovery will create the premise of the method of using TDE to find and measure the mass of average black holes, a method that has already been used. to supermassive black holes.
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A fiery I’m Here signal has hit NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, the culprit is a monster black hole with a mass of around 100,000…