"Sometimes I have meditative moments at work, and I am amazed at the things we explore and discover because they are so big and weird," says astrophysicist Denis N Dobrotka.
Scientists are researching an acre, which he explores for binary stars, black holes and supermassive black holes.
He is an expert at the Institute for Advanced Technological Research at the Faculty of Materials and Science and Technology, STU in Bratislava, based in Trnava.
The Slovak scientist found that black holes prevent new stars from forming in galaxies called red chest
Check the curve of light
In the case of interaction of binary stars, a star (white dwarf) is gravitational dominant and eats the second star that comes down to its mass.
Such a process of ejecting matter from the environment is professionally called an acrection.
Because the material of the fiery star does not fall directly into the more aggressive, the so-called. an acrylic disk is made of it.
"The whole flow of matter is very turbulent, causing the disc to constantly die, but flashes (from English. blinking)"Says the astrophysicist Dobrotka.
Such tremors or changes in the clarity of the acrylic disc are not accidental, and scientists are looking for time schemes. "When we find them, we can associate them with certain physical phenomena, because all physical processes have characteristic time scales," says the Slovak astrophysicist.
The curve of light, which occupies the acrylic flicker disk, is the key to physically better understanding of binary stars and hectares.
Starting a career for observation
In the past, goodwill was primarily concerned with computer simulations.
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