June 25, 2022
NASA reveals a supermassive black hole responsible for star formation (photo, video)

NASA reveals a supermassive black hole responsible for star formation (photo, video)

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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has discovered a supermassive black hole responsible for star formation in a dwarf galaxy.

the study Show that black holes are not always aggressive and destructive, as they may also be capable of forming stars.
There was a black hole Found by Hubble in the galaxy known as Henize 2-10, which is located 30 million light-years away.
Researcher Amy Raines, who published The first evidence of a black hole In Galactic in 2011, he stated that he “knew from the start that something unusual and remarkable was happening on Henize 2-10, and that now, Hubble Provide a very clear picture of the relationship between the black hole and the neighboring star-forming region, located 230 light-years from the black hole.”

The connection is a gas outlet that extends through space like an umbilical cord into a bright stellar nursery.

Region It harbors a dense cocoon of gas When approaching low velocity flow.

Hubble shows that the current was hitting dense gas Like a garden hose hitting a pile of scattered dirt. Clusters of nascent stars leave a trail along a path flow spread.
The new study of a black hole can help provide more details about the formation of this hole supermassive black holes, which have remained small in a cosmic proportion of the time, and an idea of ​​what other large black holes looked like when they were small.