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Detailed picture of a Black Hole to Date

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It may take a lot of time to capture the first real image of a black hole, but the subsequent process only took a few years. The New York Times reported that researchers at the Event Horizon Telescope have released the most detailed black hole picture to date.

An updated snapshot of the Messier 87 galaxy hole shows it for the first time in polarized light, illustrating the behavior of the magnetic field (represented by the line seen here) at the extreme edges of cosmic phenomena.

The new visual effects show that these magnetic fields are strong enough to resist strong magnetized gas in the event horizon, thereby helping some of the gas escape the crushing gravity of the hole itself.

Jason Dexter of the University of Colorado says natural gas must slide through these fields before it can fall underground.

Black Hole
Black Hole

According to Michael Johnson, a contributor for “Event Horizon” magazine, these images also show that the jet’s power comes from the rotating energy of the black hole.

The data also led scientists to estimate that a black hole is a relatively modest eater-it consumes only one-thousandth of the mass of the sun each year.

You should see more insights in the future. Although the combination of telescopes used by EHT worldwide is limited, future versions should be sufficient to generate complete magnetic activity videos.

That should show how the magnetic field extracts energy from the black hole and further mystifies one of the strange objects in the universe.

The new visual effect shows that these magnetic fields are strong enough to resist the strongly magnetized gas in the event horizon, thereby helping some of the gas escape the crushing gravity of the hole itself.

Jason Dexter of the University of Colorado says natural gas must slide through these fields before it can fall underground. According to Michael Johnson, a contributor for “Event Horizon” magazine, these images also show that the jet’s power comes from the rotating energy of the black hole.

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