VIVA – This year is a big year for the universe. At the beginning of April 2019, astronomers first revealed black hole photographs for the first time in history.
The black hole was hidden on galaxy M87. Apparently later, astronomers found 83 black holes at the end of the universe.
Don't stop there. The last, a team of astronomers from the International Radio Astronomy Research Center (ICRAR) of Australia, found a black hole that moves differently than the other black holes.
A unique black hole was found on the V404 Cygni, a binary system in the constellation Cygnus. In the middle of the system is a black hole trying to absorb the nearest star.
A team of Australian astronomers explored the black hole that radiated light into space Overhang, Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
This activity is very normal. However, what is not normal is the direction of light.
As a result, the direction of the black hole rotates with another vomit. It seems that the flow of light turns very fast.
"It's an extraordinary black hole system I've met," said study director James Miller-Jones.
He said it was different, namely, disk material that was not in line with the black hole object. This spatial object thus creates an inner vibration as a peak and changes the direction of vomiting.