SPACEXSTN

Welcome to the world of factual information about space and universe. I hope you read my articles and if you have any questions and also want any other information related to my articles then comment down in comments section and if you like my work then please subscribe, share and do follow.
".

The supermassive black hole in the entire galaxy is moving at a speed of 110,000 mph

 The supermassive black hole in the entire galaxy is moving at a speed of 110,000 mph.


According to the Harvard and Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, a massive black hole is roaming the entire galaxy.

Harvard scientists said that this is "the clearest case to date of a supermassive black hole in motion."

Dominic Pesce, an astronomer at the Center for Astrophysics who led the study, said: "We expect the majority of supermassive black holes to not move; They are usually content to sit only nearby. "

The Harvard study surveyed ten distant galaxies and supermassive black holes, while specifically studying black holes "that contained water within their accretion disks".

the supermassive black hole is moving at a speed of about 110,000 mph inside the galaxy J0437 + 2456, according to study.

However, according to the researchers, the cause of the mass movement is still unknown, although researchers have pointed to the possibility of "two supermassive black holes merging", resulting in newborn black holes recurring, another cause being the "black hole" Can be part of a binary system. "

The results have been published in the Astrophysical Journal which identifies the "most obvious case" of a supermassive black hole in motion.

Animation photo of black hole

Previous
Next Post »