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In the future, the James Webb Telescope will soon have your hands full, such as NASA prepares to study it in a ‘pickle’-such as the samsung galaxy, known as ESO 137-001.
NASA’s Hubble space telescope has recently discovered a supermassive black hole, which defies existing theories of the universe, the report said.
It’s a black hole, which is about 250 million times as massive as the sun, is located in the heart of the spiral galaxy, NGC 3147, and it is 140 million light-years away from Earth.
The Hubble telescope has found a supermassive black hole, which is technically not supposed to exist, on the basis of the new findings.
Spotted near the black hole, it was a thin “accretion disk” will be created by debris, and gas, fast-paced, around-the-edge, according to the findings, published Thursday in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
The black hole is unusual in that the appeal was not in the record, the part of the material, which was moving at 10% the speed of light, according to the journal.
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Lead author Stefano Bianchi said that it was “the same type of disk, we can see objects that are 1,000 or even 100,000 times more light.
“The predictions of the present models for the gas dynamics in a very, very faint active galaxies, which clearly has failed,” Bianchi added.
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Due to the observation of the disk through the block from the river, the researchers were able to get a better study of the processes happening close to the black hole of the rim. The team said that they were going to have to study more galaxies with the Hubble Space Telescope in the future similar to the disks of the material.