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A Huge Source Of Radio Emissions Has Been Discovered: Here Is Where

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A huge radio release was captured by astronomers at Curtin University of the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) in Australia. This source is fed by a supermassive black hole in the Centaurus A galaxy, about 12 million light years from Earth.

Since this celestial object feeds on falling gases, it expels material almost at the speed of light, causing the growth of “radio bubbles” for hundreds of millions of years, which seen from the Earth, extend enormously, as the length of over 16 moons side by side

Dr. Benjamin McKinley, the main author of the research published in the magazine Nature Astronomy, obtained the images through the use of the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) telescope in the hinterland of Western Australia, revealing: “That

“They form a disc around the black hole, and as matter is cut to pieces approaching it, powerful jets form on both sides of the disc, ejecting most of the material into space, at distances probably over a million light years.”

“The previous radio observations were unable to handle the extreme brightness of the jets, and the details of the wider area surrounding the galaxy were therefore distorted; our recent image, however, overcomes these limitations,” concluded Dr. McKinley.

We can learn a lot from Centaurus A, especially because it is the closest radiogalaxy to our Milky Way and we can see it in very detailed way. Not only through the radio wavelengths, but also at all other wavelengths of light.

Dr. Massimo Gaspari, astrophysicist of the National Institute of Astrophysics, said that the recent study has corroborated a new theory known as “Chaotic Cold Accretion” (CCA), which is emerging with interest in several

In this model, the cold gas clouds condense into the galactic halo and “rain” on the central regions, feeding the supermassive black hole that reacts vigorously re-emitting energy through radio jets that create the spectacular effects captured by the I wonder why these black holes don’t swallow the whole universe?

Professor. Steven Tingay, said that it is at Murchison Widefield Array that we must also pay credit; research was possible thanks to the extremely wide field of view of the telescope, the superb radio-silent position and excellent sensitivity, the

These extraordinary celestial objects have always fascinated scholars and not, even if wrapped in a halo of mystery that has always made them a little disturbing; here for example the frightening types of black holes existing in the universe.

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