Thursday, October 8, 2020 20:00 PM (GMT + 7)
The Southern European Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (ESO) has captured strange light signals from the past more than 12 billion years passed to Earth: a super monster black hole is kidnapping six galaxies.
The strange object, SDSS J1030 + 0524, is a quasar – a “standard” form, which means something that looks like a star but isn’t a star. It is a horror black hole “disguised” into.
If in the present, supermassive black holes like the one in the center of the Milky Way galaxy containing Earth are called “monster” black holes, the newly discovered objects are “monsters of monsters. “.
Graphics depicting the glowing super monster black hole and the surrounding “spider web” created by 6 galaxies – Photo: ESO
Measurements revealed they belonged to the early universe, where light took more than 12 billion years to reach Earth. Primitive black holes were not only extremely large, powerful, but also massive. During the first 900 million years of the universe’s extinction, they should have reached the equivalent of 1 billion suns. For a long time, the science world has been stuck in a dead end trying to figure out what raised those super monsters.
The horror object has just been discovered that has given an answer: The Very Large Telescope has identified a crisscross network of six galaxies kidnapped and “sucked” by the black hole. They form a complex web of spiders more than 300 times the size of the Earth-containing galaxy.
Dr. Marco Mignoli, an astronomer from the National Institute of Astrophysics (INAF) who led the study, said the finding is valuable in helping to solve the mysteries of supermassive black holes in the universe. Primitive cylinder, one of the most challenging astronomy.
The light from the super monster black hole that took more than 12 billion years to reach the human eye also means what we’re seeing is images of more than 12 billion years ago, an interesting “through-air” sight.
The research has just been published in the scientific journal Astronomy & Astrophysics.
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