Black holes frequently suck things in rather than spit them out, and you don’t need to be an expert in science to comprehend this. However, NASA has just made an odd discovery in the vicinity of the supermassive black hole Markarian 335.
The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) and two NASA satellite telescopes saw a black hole’s corona being “propelled” away from a supermassive black hole. Then there was a great explosion of X-ray energy. What actually occurred, then? Scientists are currently working to comprehend this.
Dan Wilkins of Saint Mary’s University commented, “This is the first time we have been able to correlate the launching of the corona to a flare.” This will make it easier to comprehend how some of the universe’s brightest objects are powered by supermassive black holes.
The nature of the energy source is a “mystery,” according to Fiona Harrison, the principal investigator for NuSTAR, but being able to see the event should reveal some clues about the size and structure of the black hole as well as (hopefully) new information about how black holes function. Fortunately for us, this black hole is still 324 million light-years away.
Therefore, whatever odd things it does shouldn’t have any bearing on our small area of space.
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