New astronomical models reveal a ‘legendary’ type of astronomical object, precursor to black hole ‘monsters’, hidden by the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
They are medium-mass black holes that are rare in the universe and have puzzled astronomers for decades because they don’t know where they form.
There are two other common types of black holes. One is a stellar-mass black holethe smallest, form when massive stars – dozens of times larger than our Sun – die and collapse into black holes. The second type is a supermassive black holea.k.a monster black holefor example Ѕagittarius A* (Sagittarius A*) is “heart” of the galaxy containing the Earth the Milky Way (the Milky Way).
In the center of the Milky Way, it shows that in addition to the giant black hole, there are many strange things
X-ray clouds in the center of the Milky Way show that besides the giant black hole, there are many other strange and unknown things – (Image: ESA)
astronomers are still trying to find more medium-mass black holeh because they are the missing piece to understanding the evolution of black holes. But a study just published in arXiv confirms that they are non-existent.
The team of authors led by Dr. Vlɑdimir Strokov from the Astro Sρace Center of the Moscow Technical University (MƖPT – Russia) showed that The central region of the Milky Way is where many medium-mass black holes could hide.
According to Live Science, this conclusion was reached after examining astronomical models based on what is known about our mysterious galactic center.
Black holes are inherently invisible and elusive, the medium-mass black holes at the center of the galaxy are all the more difficult to reach because the powerful energy source of the monster Black Hole A* sheltered them.
Ɲhung there is still a way to search: it is through the ripples of space-time. Black holes are inherently invisible, but are usually powerful enough to warp spacetime, which we can see when we consider unusually deflected gravitational waves.
Reason The medium-mass black holes that choose to hide in this fierce region of space are explained by scientists based on the most reliable hypothesis for their formation: they are stellar-mass black holes that take a lot of time to swallow the material and merge. to grow.
The hypothesis also assumes that Status “average volume” is only temporary. They will eat more, merge more and gradually become a monster black hole.
The chaotic region of space near the black hole monster Sagittarius* provides all the conditions for a stellar-mass black hole to form and gradually mature through two processes of matter-engulfing and melting.
For direct evidence, the authors expect the appearance of LISA, a state-of-the-art gravitational-wave detector that the European Space Agency (ESA) plans to launch in 2037.
Similar black holes have been detected by other gravitational wave observatories around the world, such as LIGO or Virgo, but not yet powerful enough to resist the hiding of the monster Sagittarius A* black hole.
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New astronomical models have revealed a ‘legendary’ astronomical form, precursor to black hole ‘monsters’, being consumed by a supermassive black hole.