A Black Hole That Broke the Science


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This year, on April 10th, scientists were finally able to do the unthinkable: they allowed humanity to look straight into the abyss of a super-massive black hole and …
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  1. Could it be that it ate most of the stars of it's Galaxy and hence the ring is so big? It will probably starve now that most of it's stars are gone. It takes a long amount time right?

  2. ”So I swear by the retreating stars (stars that are veiled)- And by the (sweeping ) stars that move swiftly and hide themselves- And by the night as it closes in; And by the dawn when it breathes; [That] indeed, the Qur'an is a word [conveyed by] a noble messenger”. (Surah At-Takwir (The Overthrowing): 15-20)

  3. "a black hole that broke science"

    Without watching the video: I assume this particular place hole is no different to any other black hole and this is yet another ckikc bait that has essentially stretched a two paragraph NASA article into a full video.

  4. I think the most terrifying thing of a black hole is the fact that its invisible. There could be one swinging by earth and you wouldn't know it's there. You probably can pick up readings from Hawking radiation and intense gravitational readings but you'd have no idea its there unless it starts drawing in the light from the sun.

  5. I think this theory might be wrong, now again im no scientist so I cannot backup what im saying, but I saw a video of a physiscist explaining why this blackhole has an accretion disk. It does not have to do with its size, its simply has to do with the fact that it just fed out of something. However, it is true that this is a weird event for us to see, as most blackholes are dormant ( meaning that they havent fed in a really long time) and the active ones that do feed do so in a cosmic times, which are thousends or even millions of years.