The Black Hole Sagittarius A * in the center of the Milky Way was first visualized in virtual reality.
Scientists were the first to visualize Sagittarius A *, a black hole in the center of our Milky Way galaxy. For this, they used the latest astrophysical models to create a series of photos, which they then assembled to form a virtual 360-degree simulation of a supermassive black hole. The authors believe that this simulation will bring many benefits to the study of black holes.
This is one of the most realistic ideas about the direct environment of a black hole, which will provide more information about the behavior of such objects in space. A person will not be able to make a real journey into a black hole, so high-quality visualization comes to the rescue. The authors also suggest that their project will help to generate interest in science among the general public, including children.
The Black Hole Sagittarius A * in the center of the Milky Way was first visualized in virtual reality
Probably everyone in the head has a supposed image of a black hole. However, science is developing and now you can provide a much more accurate visualization. Moreover, it turns out that these black holes are different from the usual ideas.