06:53 1.77 million kilometers per hour!New research finds huge “black hole storm” moving at high speed



The latest research by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan found that there is a huge

The latest research by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan found that there is a huge “black hole storm” 131 light years away, moving at a speed of 1.77 million kilometers. (The picture is taken from the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)

2021/07/04 06:53

First submission 07-03 23:32
Update time 07-04 06:53

[Real-time news/comprehensive report]The latest research published by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) in The Astrophysical Journal found that a huge “black hole storm” 13.1 billion light-years away is moving at a speed of 1.77 million kilometers .

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan uses the “Atacama Large Millimeter and Submillimeter Wave Array” (ALMA) in Chile for observations. Researchers pointed out that the centers of many huge galaxies, including the Milky Way on the earth, are There is a supermassive black hole, and a huge black hole 13.1 billion light-years away from the Earth, driving the galactic wind to move outward at high speed.

Izumi Takuma, a scholar at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, one of the main study authors, said that supermassive black holes swallow a large amount of matter. When these matter start to move at high speed due to the gravitational force of the black hole, they will release strong energy, which can move the surrounding matter outward. This is how the galaxy wind is generated, and this is the first time that the scientific community has observed that a black hole with a mass hundreds of millions of times larger than the sun is driving the galaxy wind.

Studies have pointed out that each galaxy and black hole “grow” and “evolve” together through a certain physical interaction. The galaxy wind driven by the huge black hole will affect the development of stars, and the larger galaxy wind will affect the growth of the entire galaxy. , And scientists do not yet understand “how galaxies and supermassive black holes co-evolve?” More observations and analysis are needed to find out the answer.



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