A telescope has taken the most comprehensive image of a black holes radiation so far. See here

Credit: Ben McKinley, ICRAR/Curtin and Connor Matherne, Louisiana State University
Credit: Ben McKinley, ICRAR/Curtin and Connor Matherne, Louisiana State University

News! Astronomers have captured one of the best moments of a black hole explosion. But also one of the most comprehensive and clear images. In any case, we should thank the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) telescope for capturing this beautiful image. He is the real photographer behind this image. The black hole captured at a fanatical moment is in the galaxy Centaurus A, which means 12 million light-years away. 

This is the most comprehensive picture of radio broadcasts in a black hole. This phenomenon you see in the picture is formed when the black hole pulls in the gas. It then emits material at a speed comparable to the speed of light. And what does that mean? Due to this phenomenon, the radio bubbles there start to grow, but this happens in millions of years. 

In addition to this image, new information is fascinating. According to astronomers, this formed phenomenon shows that the eruption extends 8 degrees in the sky, seen from Earth. What this means? That means approx. the length of 16-17 months (of course full), placed in order next to each other in the same direction. Other discoveries are even more fascinating. The black hole you see above has a mass 55 million times larger than our Sun, meaning it is very "fat". It has a radius of thousands of times or even more than our Sun. And the thing that they are so far away from us means that these images are coming to us "late", meaning they are not from now but for a long time.

Dr. Benjamin McKinley is the lead author of this study, an astronomer at Curtin University in Australia. He said the following in a statement: "These radio waves come from the material sucked into the supermassive black hole in the middle of the galaxy," most of the material back into space, probably at distances more than a million light-years away. " "Previous radio observations could not cope with the extreme brightness of the jets, and the details of the larger area around the galaxy were distorted, but our new image goes beyond these limitations." He also said that he was able to make these observations by combining radio observations with optical data and X-rays, so that they could observe much more often about this supermassive black hole. 

"Triggered by this rain, the black hole reacts vigorously by releasing energy back through radio jets that inflate the spectacular lobes we see in the MWA image. This study is one of the first to analyze in such detail the time of multiphase CCA on the entire range of stairs ", said astrophysicist Dr. Massimo Gaspari, from the National Institute of Astrophysics in Italy. 

And the telescope was praised for this photo and also a discovery. "The wide field of view and, as a consequence, the extraordinary amount of data we can collect, means that the discovery potential of every MWA observation is very high. This provides a great step towards the even bigger SKA. " Dr. McKinley said at the end. 

We wish success to all those who study this black hole and its phenomena, but also the telescope, to be able to offer us other images of this kind.

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 24 December 2021, at 02:52 am Los Angeles time

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