Scientists have developed a simulation of how stars deform near a black hole. Find out here
News! NASA scientists have translated reality from space into a wonderful video accessible to all. A wonderful video made by the supercomputer shows how 8 stars revolve around a black hole 1 million times the mass of the Sun. and stars that revolve around the black hole are between 1 and 10 times larger in mass than the Sun. In the video above made by NASA, you can see how the stars lengthen, deform and stretch, due to the huge gravitational attraction of the black hole.
If at the mass of the Sun, we can measure a gravitational attraction of 274 m / s ^ 2, a star a million times larger in mass than the Sun, it will have a huge gravitational acceleration thousands of times greater. All these phenomena developed by the stars that revolve around this black hole manifest themselves more and more as it approaches that black hole. But, some stars are directly broken into pieces in a long stream of gas. And some stars can recover after these deformations, at a certain time depending on many factors, spatial conditions, and depending on how many objects orbit around them to bring them back to the normal radius.
In addition, NASA has argued that the survival of such a star in this situation depends very much on its dignity. Taeho Ryu, a member of the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Garching, Germany, created these spectacular simulations that you can see above. Everything you see above refers to the combination of Einstein's theory of relativity with realistic stellar density models, according to NASA. Taeho and his team of scientists have done more research over time about these stars that are strongly attracted to a black hole.
They tried to see what phenomena are formed, how they elongate what determines certain phenomena, and many other scientific data.
Some of the phenomena encountered are tidal disturbances in the cosmic world, and the results of this study will help astronomers and astrophysicists estimate or even see how often they can form.
This successful experiment by this team of researchers will help you explore space and the phenomena that occur. It will also help me to study in detail the black holes and stars that revolve around them.
We wish success to NASA and the researchers and all the people who worked on this study and will continue to do so.
Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 28 November 2021, at 08:34 pm Los Angeles time
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