Scientists found the fastest growing black hole that can swallow a sun every few days

Brussels: Experts from astronomers discovered a fastest growing Black Hole from the Earth about the age of 12 billion years, which is spreading rapidly because it can swallow our sun like 2 stars in every 24 hours.

It is clear that none of the black holes emit light, but at its very close point, the substance falling in it removes the enormous energy that is in the form of light and x-ray; and black holes are due to the emission of these specific radicals.

Using this principle, astronomers of Australian National University have discovered a Black Hole over the 12 billion year period from the ground, spreading rapidly. This is a very large black hole, which is the fastest growing black hole we have so far because it’s fast growing up to its close stars and other substances.

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This black hole has been seen in the center of a coach, which is named as SMSS ~ J215728.21-360215.1. Its deficiency is more than 20 billion times higher than our sun, and it spreads one percent every 10 million years. Experts have told that it’s thousand times brighter than the one galaxy. The reason for this is that the temperature and friction that swallowing the gas is removing the light.

Says Dr. Christian Wolf, who works on it, “It’s like a very big giant, if it were in the center of our Galaxy, we would see it 10 times more bright than the whole moon. But due to its distance of 12 billion years, we are unable to see its light. It is believed that this is one of the only Black Holes born after the Big Bang.

However, experts are unable to know the real reason for their development and the real reason to grow and they are trying to solve this problem.

According to Professor Wolf, such big black holes have been found in the early days of the universe, and we do not know why it is growing so fast.

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The Expert’s team has discovered this Black Hole with the help of the data collected by the European Space Agency’s Guiana Stellite, NASA’s Wide Field Survey Survey Explorer and a space telescope.

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