“We were able to see what we thought was not possible”
For the first time astrologers publish Black Holes photographs. Being able to take pictures of Black Hole in our understanding of the universe is a milestone.
In the picture, a yellowish dust and gas cycle is surrounded by the huge black hole. Messier’s location in the middle of the galaxy, its location is 5.5 million light-years away from Earth. The black hole extends over 4 billion crores and is 300 million times larger than ours.
The National Science Foundation (NSF), a US-based research agency, released the first picture of Black Hole in a press conference. This press conference was held in Washington DC, Brussels, Santiago, Shanghai, Taipei and Tokyo. NSF publishes this photo on their Twitter page.
The project was taken by Event Horizon Telescope (EHT). It has been built by 8 powerful radio telescopes set up on 8 continents of the world. Through the radio waves it was possible to take pictures of black hole. This work was started in 2017. More than 200 scientists have given labor in this study.
Black hole can be called a cosmic trap, from which light or any other substance can not be found – hence the black hole can not be seen. However, the recent take-up of this photo has passed many rules known to physics about event Horizon.
It is to be noted that a border with the outside of the black hole is assumed that the gravity of the boundaries is so much that its release is more than the speed of light. That means that they can never go out of the light. Scientists call it a point of no return, because after reaching this limit there can not be any circumstance and the outside world can be observed. This range is called Event Horizon.
Event Director of Horizon Telescope and Senior Research Fellow of Harvard University, Shepard Doelman said, “Black hole is the most mysterious object in the universe.
We have seen what we thought we could not see. We have taken pictures of Black Hole.
In the picture of Black Hole it is surrounded by gas and dust surrounded by donut, which is steadily providing food for this giant object.