The United States Space Agency’s (ƝASA) Hubble Space Telescope has captured a new image of extremely bright interactive galaxynamed after AM 1214-255.
New image of the galaxy AM 1214-255.
New image of the galaxy ĄM 1214-255. (Source: Nasa).
Ƭheo NASA, These galaxies contain an active galactic nucleus (AGN). – an extremely bright central region of a galaxy. This is the dense central region of a galaxy, due to the accretion process of black hole super heavy at the base caused.
According to NASA, this dense AGN core is surrounded by gas and dust, swirling as it falls into a black hole, causing friction.
The process of creating extremely large radiation makes AGN the strongest emitter of radiation in the universe with a luminosity equivalent to the radiation of billions of stars emitted from an area the size of the solar system.
Hubble observed the galaxy closest to the center as part of the AGN survey, which aims to compile a dataset of AGNs to serve as a resource for astronomers studying the physics of AGN, black holes, and space. structure of galaxies.
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NASA’s Hubble Space Observatory has captured new images of a bright interacting galaxy called AM…