Black holes may have been found at the edge of time and space. Black holes, which are the centers of huge galaxies, have formed over billions of years. The Milky Way, the galaxy which Earth is located in, has one of these huge black holes, whose mass is about 3 million times that of the Sun. The NGC 4889 galaxy has a black hole that is estimated to be 20 billion times that of Sun.
A non-rotating hole is about 2.8 kilometers for every solar mass it contains. You cannot escape the intense gravity of the event horizon, and time space itself is in continual collapse, so the orbits are not stable. The gravity is deadly at a distance of only 1,000 kilometers. If the black hole in NGC 4889 was placed at the Sun, it would have an event horizon 56 billion kilometers away (beyond Pluto’s orbit).
In 2013, the black hole of The Milky Way attempted to increase its mass by taking in planets, stars, dust, and gas (all black holes do this). When a disobedient star is swallowed by a black hole, radiation alters the object into a quasar. The radiation is so potent that the quasar outcomes can be seen billions of light-years from earth. Every year, quasars need to devour almost one whole solar mass of material to shine brightly.
Based on the information given by astronomers at NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and the European Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) Network, the newly discovered supermassive black hole, SDSS J0100+2802, was started about 700 million years, and almost 400 million years later, the growing gas of the cosmos was sufficiently cold to form little objects. The mass of this hole is almost 13 billion times the Sun’s mass. The meaning of this is that it had to eat about 30 times the Sun’s mass every year over the course of those 400 million years.
A dead zone was produced inside the host galaxy, NGC 2276, by this specific intermediate-mass black hole, scientists have concurred. The scientists stated they had discovered that NGC 2276-3c has attributes the same as supermassive black holes and stellar-mass black holes. This means that this particular black hole ties the entire black hole collection together and other holes may be found.
It is believed that NGC-2276-3c developed in the center of a lesser dwarf galaxy that united with NGC 2276. In other galaxy areas, there seems to be a lot of stars being created, which lends credence that another galaxy could have been consumed. This means that when two supermassive holes hit each other, they form a new hole.
Back in the universe’s history, there were numerous mass mergers happening. Star formations were created out of these bursts, and people see these pieces as vibrant UV light. It is amazing that these kinds of things happen near The Big Bang, and answer questions from this part of the universe that appear to be a distant space and time. Black holes may be found all over the galaxies.
By Michele Enli