NASA has submitted a new video that shows what happens when a black hole devours a star soon. The US space agency used a device installed in the International Space Station to detect X-ray light from the black hole J1820 Recently discovered
According to the British Daily Mail website, X-ray waves formed the "light echoes" reflected by the vortex of gas near the black hole, which revealed changes in the size and shape of the environment.
Scientists have drawn the environment around the black hole, which has a mass of asteroids 10 times the mass of the sun,NICER) On board the International Space Station.
Irene Karra, the University of Maryland astrophysics, Park College and NASA's SpaceDawd SpaceDawd Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, announced the results at the 233rd American Astronomical Society meeting in Seattle: NICER Measuring the echoes of light near the black hole with star clusters more than ever before, only those ecosystems were seen in supermassive black holes, which are from millions to billions of solar masses and are slowly changing.