The Massive Black Hole Of The Galaxy Cannot Be Found

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There are far more unresolved questions about Black Holes than there is today. In such a situation, if a black hole is not there, it is bound to be worried if it is not there. Astronomers have not found a massive black hole, despite searching from the US Space Agency NASA’s Lunar X-ray Observatory and the Hubble Space Telescope. Depending on the galaxy, its weight maybe 3-100 billion times more than our sun, but scientists have not found it inferior.

Search has been going on for years

It must have been a massive black hole in the galaxy cluster Abell 2261, 2.7 billion light-years away from Earth. There is a massive black hole in the center of almost every galaxy whose mass is billions of billions of times more than our sun. Astronomers believed that in the middle of this cluster galaxy must be one of the largest black holes in the universe. The search was started on the basis of data received from Chandra in 1999 and 2004.

How are scientists searching?

In the year 2018, the team of University of Michigan’s Kiehn Gultekin began to monitor the occurrence of black holes in the center of the Galaxy. They saw the possibility that if two galaxies coexist together to form an observable galaxy, the black holes of both can also take the shape of a massive black hole. In this event, gravitational waves are produced. If these waves were in one direction, the black hole would move away from the center of the galaxy, which is called a recoiling black hole. (Symbolic picture)

Why is such a black hole important?

Scientists have not found evidence of such black holes and do not even know if two black holes are so close that these waves merge together. So far only small black holes have been found. If the recoil supermassive black hole is detected, it will give scientists the basis to build an observatory to see the merger of two massive black holes based on gravitational waves. (Symbolic picture)

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