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At the close of the start-up of the universe is approximately 12.5 billion years ago, supermassive black holes, which were supplied with gas and “halo” which surrounded the various systems, according to a new study.
The astronomers used the European Southern Observatory’s (ESO) Very Large Telescope (VLT), to make their own observations, according to the study’s lead author, Emanuele Paolo Farina.
“We are now in a position to demonstrate, for the first time, that is, the origin of galaxies do not have enough food in their environment, and to support the growth of the extreme black holes at their centers, and the strong star formation,” said Farina in a statement. “In this case is a fundamental piece of the puzzle that astronomers have been building on the picture to see how the cosmic structures have formed more than 12 billion years ago.”
This is an image of one of the gas and a series of new seen by the MUSE instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope, is enlarged to an earlier image of a galaxy merger, to be achieved with ALMA. The large halos of hydrogen gas is depicted in blue, while for the ALMA data is shown in orange. (Credit: ESO/Farina et al.; ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), Decarli et al.)
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Black holes and dark matter, which are available in all shapes and sizes, including one that recently was found to have a mass of 70 times that of the Sun, and consuming gas and dust from the surrounding galaxies in order to grow. As for the gas halos are cool, and they’ve allowed the black holes to grow into huge size, the RING will be added in the statement.
The presence of these ancient monsters, with masses several billion times the mass of our Sun, it is a great mystery,” Farina added. This means that the first black holes and dark matter, which is likely to be formed due to the collapse of the first stars, most likely grew up to be very fast, but up until now, astronomers had not witnessed the evidence of plenty of “black hole” of food to support the growth.
The study is published in The Astrophysical Journal.
Earlier this year, in a separate project, researchers released the first-ever image of a black hole, and find a distant object down to the smallest detail.
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The ground-breaking image created by the Event Horizon Telescope, a global project, in which telescopes in the world, which describes itself as “a virtual Earth-sized telescope.” Telescopes in Hawaii, Arizona, Chile, Mexico, Spain and the south pole and took part in the ambitious project.
The black hole in question was spotted in the galaxy Messier 87 (M87), is 55 million light-years away from Earth.
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Fox News’ James Rogers contributed to this story.