Scientists Detect A New Black Hole, Snapped Up The Oldest Ever
Scientists are exploring new things to explore the activities of the other world. Now scientists have detected a new black hole, being described as the oldest black hole ever. The incident has created a new challenge in the story of blackhole formation so far. It is also indicative of how little information is there so far. Scientists say a giant part of the universe is still unknown to us.
However, scientists are amazed at this discovery. Both new research reports have been published in Physical Review Letters and Astro Physical Journal Letters. One of the two groups that prepared the report is laser interfere Interfere Gravitational-Wave Observatory i.e. LIGO. It is mainly the scientist of MIT and Caltech, the second group is The Virgo Collaboration (Kanya Collaboration) which has 500 scientists from all over Europe.
A new challenge in the black hole story
Gw 190521 was discovered through three interferometers on 21st May 2019. These devices can also measure a thousand times smaller size change from an atomic nucleus in gravitational waves passing through the Earth. According to the existing information, a black hole weighing 60-120 times the weight of the sun cannot be produced from the gravitational fission of a star. The supernova explosion immediately after the fission of the wires is laminated.
It is generally believed that black holes are so dense that they cannot pass through gravitational force to light rays. If seen in this way, the existence of black holes is questioned. The black hole, which is formed by two other black holes, is currently being called GW 190521. Two groups of about 1500 scientists have given information in this regard after several reses.
Co-author of the research report Starvaros Is an astrophysicist at the European Gravitational Observatory. He says the incident has taken a curtain off on the astronomical process of becoming a black hole, it is a whole new world. This alleged stellar class black hole is formed when a very old star is exhausted and equals 3-10 sun in size. Black holes with heavy mass are mostly found in the center of galaxies, including the Milky Way, weighing at hundreds of millions to billions of solar mass.