Scientists discover internal streams of black holes

Scientists discover internal streams of black holes

Scientists used the OVRO radar observatory and found evidence for a fancy space-lensing system. The large-scale stellar collection made it possible to look at a more distant galaxy with a supermassive black hole.

We know that there is a kind of material flowing through jets of black holes. By speed approaching the light. But we know almost nothing about the internal structure or activation process. However, lensing allows you to take a closer look at this feature.

Many supermassive black holes release gas jets. The weight of the formations attracts the material, but some of it is pulled out in the form of a jet. They remain active for 1–10 million years and add additional volumes to the release every couple of years. The new system has increased the scale of observation by 100 times.

The clusters observed are close to a black hole and extremely tiny. The component is enlarged through lensing in the foreground of a spiral-type galaxy. The lens is important in the lens. It is believed that it belongs to the intermediate mass, and therefore consists of single stars, which together by massiveness bypass the solar one 10,000 times. We were lucky to find such an object, because its tinyness does not cover the observed source. The OVRO 40-meter telescope was used for a project to monitor 1800 active supermassive black holes. In operation since 2008 and supports the Fermi mission.

In 2010, scientists noticed something strange in the PKS 1413 + 135 galaxy. Radioluhs increased and reduced the power of the glow. In 2015, the situation repeated. The analysis showed that the events are connected with two powerful and high-speed spikes from a supermassive black hole.

This indicated the presence of a gravitational lens. Now scientists are carefully examining the object to find similar in space.

Now you need to observe the galaxy through an interferometer on the Very Large Telescope to confirm the results. This fall, researchers plan to see the black hole again, because a re-ejection of material is expected.

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