Two teams of astronomers have discovered the largest reservoir of water ever found in the Universe. Water, equivalent to 140 trillion of all the water of world Ocean, surrounded a giant black hole that is in the quasar 12 billion light years from Earth. According to Matt Bradford,surrounding of this quasar is unique and original.
New observations from the Herschel Space Observatory show a fantastic, twisted ring of dense gas at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. Alberto Noriega-Crespo of NASA’s Infrared Processing and Analysis Center at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena say that they have looked at this region at the center of the Milky Way many times before in the infrared, but when they looked at the high-resolution images using Herschel’s sub-millimeter wavelengths, the presence of a ring is quite clear.
Team of scientists found that black holes in the center of galaxies are transformed into super-bright X-ray sources not as a result of collisions with other galaxies, as previously thought, but by internal processes in stellar systems.In the center of many of the large spiral galaxy are hidden supermassive black holes. Their weight in the millions and even billions of times greater then the mass of the Sun.
Scientists have discovered the most brilliant object yet from the infancy of the cosmos, a super-bright galaxy, called ULAS J1120+0641, that is the most distant one found to date. It’s the brightest object discovered from the early universe, giving off 60 trillion times as much light as our sun.The distance to the quasar was then determined from observations made with the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope and the Gemini North Telescope.
Astronomers have determined the exact distance to the object Cygnus X-1, which was the first object recognized as the black hole. Cygnus X-1or Cyg X-1 is the X-ray source in the constellation Cygnus, which opened in 1964. Astronomers have calculated the mass of the black hole in the constellation Cygnus, focusing on the characteristics of its interaction with the blue supergiant.
With the help NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory astronomers found the first direct evidence that massive black holes were common in the early universe. This discovery shows that very young black holes grew more aggressively than previously thought, in tandem with the growth of their host galaxies.By pointing Chandra at a patch of sky for more than six weeks, astronomers obtained what is known as the Chandra Deep Field South
With the help their new studies astronomers discovered the second monster black hole at the center of the galaxy, called Markarian 739, which is about 425 million light-years from Earth, located in the constellation Leo, and which presence was revealed in observations by NASA’s Swift satellite and the Chandra X-Ray Observatory.
Until now all knowledge of White Holes were based only on assumptions According to astronomers White Hole is an antithesis of the Black Hole It creates a matter,which ejected into space So its possible thats the reason that on the place of fire GRB 060614 nothing could be seen
supermassive black holes, which is located in the centers of most galaxies of the universe, rotate much faster than ever in the history of the universe.In their study, they based from the assumption that the twin jets of matter indicate that the black hole rotates.Martinez Sansigre and Roulins conducted computer simulations of how the power of these jets depends on the speed of rotation of a supermassive black hole, and then compared the results of this simulation with the real observations of X-ray