NASA image shows the galaxy M87, which is in the middle of the black hole, which was recorded for the first time earlier this month (the bottom drawer). On top of the increased in the window indicates that the shock waves caused by jets of plasma Nyaklyaeu from the black hole.
Photo: NASA / JPL-Caltech / IPAC / Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration
New stunning image shows two jets of high-energy material broke at nearly the speed of light to the first ever photographed black hole.
Supermassive black hole, M87 – Pōwehi name – lives of 55 million light-years away in a galaxy called Messier 87. A new way of M87 was released in the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Supermassive black holes devour everything around them. But some particles do not fall into a black hole, but instead – for reasons still unknown to scientists – are moving out of the hole at high speed in opposite directions. [All Your Questions About the New Black Hole Image Answered]
If the particles in these high-speed gas jets interacting with a vast empty space around the black hole, the particles slow down and create shock waves shockwaves.Those emit radiation that our device can detect.
This picture shows the M87, these shock waves created by the jets emerging from the Pōwehi hand in – one aimed almost directly at our planet, and the second flight of the Earth, according to a statement from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
High-speed jet which rushes to the Earth is visible on the right of enlarged photos. Direct part of the line shows the high-speed jet of himself; where the line begins to curve – because the particles are slowed down – where the shock wave begins.
Brightness jet is enhanced because it is traveling at high speed in this direction, in accordance with the statement. But the jet in the opposite direction (on the left side of the image) is moving so fast away from us, that it is invisible. Shockwave it creates, but, apparently, resembles the letter "C"
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope measures the infrared radiation from the galaxy. This is in contrast to the radio waves that have been sewn together to create the world's first photograph of a black hole, which was released earlier this month.
These aircraft are not a new discovery, however. Astronomer Heber Curtis first opened "a curious straight ray 'emanating from the center of M87 over a hundred years ago, according to a statement. Since then, astronomers have been working to understand how and why they form.
originally published live science.