Breaking news! For the first time, Black Hole Collision May Have Exploded With Light

28/11/2021
Credit: Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC)/NASA
Credit: Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC)/NASA

Breaking news! It is very possible that astronomers saw the light in the fusion of two black holes. Thus, they hypothesized that the collision between two black holes might explode with light, being a last-minute discovery. If this new hypothesis is clarified, accepted, and analyzed, it could help us learn more about black hole encounters. This hypothesis of some astronauts, astrophysicists together with some researchers and scientists were studied based on a supermassive black hole surrounded by a huge disk of gas. 

What's in this huge gas disk? Astronomers have discovered in this large disk of gas two other black holes slightly smaller than the black hole in the center, which could merge, thus forming a black hole. Thus, the two small black holes, if they revolve around each other, form gravitational waves, according to NASA. NASA also claimed that it is almost impossible for telescopes to see these phenomena because black holes are completely dark. Until now, many scientists believed that the collision of two black holes could produce a strong light signal.

Caltech's Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) is the tool scientists are using now. This is in the Palomar Observatory near San Diego. So comes the breaking news, as if astronomers can certify through this instrument that these two black holes formed a light eruption by their collision, then this discovery is one of the largest in recent years. On May 21, 2019, the theory that black holes can emit bright eruptions at their collision started with two observatories. 

Since then, scientists have been studying them, now concluding that they are most likely true. In addition, NASA also said that astronomers have observed fusions between neutron stars. Through these recent discoveries, space exploration continues with even more information gathered.

We wish continued success to NASA and those researching these black holes and neutron stars to discover as many things as possible. 

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 28 November 2021, at 11:23 pm Los Angeles time

You can write your news here: https://www.bailey-universe.com/en/ad-your-news/

Bailey Universe contact: baileysitecontact@gmail.com

If you have any other news about black holes or other news from space, we will let you know, but don't forget to subscribe to be notified her

Be the first to read what's new fro space!