A new study of Northwestern Universitypublished in The Astrophysical Journal Lettersconfirmed the existence of hidden horizontal filaments near Sagittarius A*, a black hole identified at the center of Earth. Galaxy 25,000 light years from Earth. Thanks to technology, such as that provided by the Webb telescope, clear images of the Milky Way are already available that allow us to observe dozens of exploding stars. The discovery began at the hands of Farhad Yousef-Zadeh, a researcher who has been studying these giant filaments since the 1980s.
scientists knew of the existence of only vertical filaments that hung from Sagittarius A* But the finding has puzzled the study authors. He said, “We’ve always wondered about vertical fibers and their origin. I’m used to them being vertical. I never thought there could be others with them.” Yousef-Zadeh.
Ibers with different origins
Thanks to new images from radio telescopes, scientists have been able to conclude that these horizontal threads are about six million years, which is a lot Less And spreading from the black hole. Its horizontal size is same as text Morse code, which baffles the study authors. Despite the similarities that vertical and horizontal lines share, they have different origins.
walk through the sky rising vertically 150 light years The long and horizontal seems to punctuate one side of Sagittarius A* and measure about five to ten light-years across. “It was a surprise to suddenly find a new population of structures pointing in the direction of the black hole,” Yousef-Jadeh told his university. “We found that these filaments are not random, but appear to be linked as they exit our black holes.”
A universe that will disappear?
Another study published in A.xiv shows how researchers radboud analyzed the 1974 theory of Stephen Hawking About the disappearance of the Earth and the Sun. Hawking thought that holes would eventually evaporate as particles and their antimatter would form and then annihilate. Due to which the planets will evaporate. Instead, the authors of this study showed that “the curvature of space-time plays a fundamental role in the formation of radiation.” That is, particles can be created beyond the horizon and certain conditions must exist for the famous scientist physicist’s theory to occur.