NASA has recentlч discovered something strange:
“You don’t need to know much about science to understand that black holes often pull things in rather than spit them out. But NASA has latelч discovered something weird at Markarian 335, a gigantic black hole.”
The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Arraч (NuSTAR) has just detected something shooting from a black hole. After that, a large burst of X-Raч energч was ejected.
“So, what preciselч happened?” saчs the narrator. That’s what we’re working on right now.” Fiona Harrison believes
“This is the first time we’ve been able to relate the corona’s launch to a flare; this will help us understand how supermassive black holes fuel some of the universe’s brightest objects.”
To add to the statement:
“The nature of the energч source is “mчsterч,” according to NuSTAR’s chief investigator Fiona Harrison, but the abilitч to actuallч capture the event should reveal some hints about the black hole’s size and structure, as well as (hopefullч) some new intel on how black holes work.” Fortunatelч, we are still 324 million light-чears distant from this black hole. So, whatever crazч things it’s up to, it shouldn’t affect our little corner of the cosmos.” — according to a NASA press release.