In the vicinity, the ESA telescope detected a periodic ray from a distant galaxy. The cause of the mysterious phenomenon was not revealed, except that nine logs could be detected in a X-ray flash with a supermassive black hole. The researchers' findings were published in the journal Nature.
Strange eyelashes from a distance of 250 billion
ESA's X-ray X-ray mission, XMM-Newton (Newton-X-ray Many Tkk Missions), last December discovered a periodic X-ray beam from a distant galaxy.
The GSN 069 signal galaxy is about 250 billion Fldtl, which has an active black hole at its core, and the periodic ray is, as we have seen.
On December 24, 2018, up to 100 factors came to light, and researchers discovered this sudden glow.
After that, the rhinoceros faded back to normal, and then the flash was detected 9 times more.
Black horns usually light up like a candle, but this kind of intense periodic change found in the GSN 069 core last December seems to be a completely new phenomenon.
By combining data from NASA's Chandra Radiation Observatory and the EMA XMM-tonne X-ray telescope, the researchers observed a black hole in the behavior for approximately 2 days. During this time, regular periodic X-ray eyelashes were detected in the sample.
All this shows that the logs of the Krbel 9 black hole are believed to be very large,
consumes up to four times the weight of the moon.
With black star holes, wells for this kind of regular black holes have been observed, but never before with super massive black holes.
It may be more common than what strokes show
Although such a phenomenon has not been previously observed in the mg, astrophysicists may think that the maggot may be common in the universe.
I bet we haven't identified this strange phenomenon so far,
because distant galaxies have black holes in their nucleus that are usually tens of millimeters or millions of times larger in size,
and much larger than the black hole discovered in GS 069, which weighs "only" 400,000 times that of the Sun.
The higher the mass of the black hole, the slower fluctuations, the typical superimposed black hole every few months, or the ventilation, which inevitably makes the treadmill, because observers rarely find such length of time. (Supermassive black holes are the largest masses, and it is observed that almost every environment in the galaxy hides such a body.)
This phenomenon is called quasi-periodic eruptions (QPEs).
X-ray emission is produced from material bonded to the black hole – which attracts the nucleus of the accretion line – when the absorption line becomes hot. The processes in the accumulation plate can cause this phenomenon, along with the immobilization of the accumulation ram near the central black hole.
It is also possible that the material on the accretion board may have an alternative black hole,
or a hollow hole prematurely broken by a black hole.
The newly discovered system gives stars the opportunity to learn more about how steam boils over the black hole in rice and how to "consume" it.
QPEs may have helped explain the tropical patterns observed so far in some active black hole behaviors.
The most mysterious, unimaginable objects in the universe
The black hole is an extremely dense object with such high gravitational power that the sun cannot leave the surface. Black holes were also undermined by Albert Einstein's general relativity.
The black hole where the speed reaches its maximum speed is called the event horizon. The brim that goes with this bellows remains brazen.
The black hole has a dramatic effect on the cosmic environment and its immediate neighbors;
in the midst of powerful gamams, you swallow the midrange,
and in some areas it stops, and mshol – on the contrary – intensifies the growth of new stars.
Most of the black holes from the remnants of big stars destroyed in a supernova explosion
(a combination of stars may result in black holes), the supernova explosion is followed by a gravitational collapse (gravitational collapse).
As the star nucleus of the starfish star collapses, the collapse becomes unexpected over a mass and at one point the gravitational force becomes so strong that the nucleus rises from the speed of light to the speed of light.
So nothing can come from here, and the sun is,
Thousands of thousands of these superhuman and monstrous gravitational objects with hinges have black holes. The black hole approximates the matter produced by the gravitational force of the object towards the nucleus, the joining process.
A similar phenomenon occurs when the star hits the black hole, because in some way the gravitational force of the black hole hits the star and absorbs into the material. As the black hole's effect on gravity increases, the attracted material accelerates,
and emits x-rays.
The material in the black hole loses its traditional atomic structure.
Two-tenths of science in service
Because the atmosphere of the Earth absorbs X-rays, only one telescope is capable of looking at and studying cosmic X-ray sources. This discovery would not be possible without XMM tonnes.
The XMM-tonne Robot Observer is a high-powered X-ray telescope,
which probes the universe in the hot X-ray region, in particular neutron stars, black holes and active galaxies.
XMM-tonne is capable of much more X-rays than any of its predecessors, and can provide great support for a number of exciting cosmic mysteries, such as what can be done in the black hole and how the galaxy can be highlighted. .
The device has 3 telescopic pins, each covered with 58 nickel-shaped nipples. Tkrfellellas were made of material that
which does not absorb x-rays,
and Incoming rays are designed to narrow the rays at a narrow angle, because only this way can the X-rays be reflected and directed to the focal point.
On December 10, 1999, the European Movement (ESA) launched XMM-tonne, unleashing the wisdom of the universe.