Scientists confirm supermassive black hole in the center of our galaxy: It has been a doubt for some time there is a supermassive black hole located in the center of our galaxy, whose name is Sagittarius A*. Now scientists have brought more evidence about black holes, which they had declared on October 31.
The cosmologists have used a gigantic telescope (VLT) to inspect flares of infrared radiation from the disk of debris around Sagittarius A* (pronounced A-Star), which is strong evidence that it is a supermassive black hole.
A union of scientists in the European Southern Observatory (ESO) used the Gravity Telescope interferometer to inspect three bright flares around the bow Sagittarius A* at a tremendous speed of 30 percent of the speed of light. It is believed that flares are caused by hot gases, the orbital bow * which interact with the surrounding magnetic fields, and which scientists have predicted, they will appear around the black holes.
The ESO released a video that shows a beautiful view of zooming in black holes and looking at the curved pattern of the barks around it:
This is the first time that the material near the event of the black hole has been seen near the horizon. The event horizon is a region around a black hole from which nothing can escape – it does not make any difference or even light. Since black holes are so dense, they have powerful gravity that pulls anything towards the black hole inside the event horizon and prevents it from avoiding.
Just outside the event horizon is called the only stable orbit, which is closest, that the case can come without pulling in the black hole, and this is where the eardrically celebrated eardrums were created.
The lowest steady stationary accretion is part of the disc, which is a gas disc, and the other case that is formed around the black hole but is not too far to drag inside the event horizon. The strengths of friction and gravity get to compress these gases and to increase their temperature, which is made of flares.
As a supermassive black hole, Sagittarius A* is stronger than most black holes due to its large size. Now we have the confirmation that this cosmology is a large center around which the entire galaxy rotates the galaxy.