Hubble finds hungry black hole twisting captured star into donut shape #shorts
These are termed “tidal disruption events.” But the wording belies the complex, raw violence of a black hole encounter. There is a balance between the black hole’s gravity pulling in star stuff, and radiation blowing material out. In other words, black holes are messy eaters. Astronomers are using Hubble to find out the details of what happens when a wayward star plunges into the gravitational abyss.
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What is known about black holes? Not theories, but knowledge. And can the possible differences between black holes be explained in short videos? A young one? A huge one? What exactly is KNOWN? Curious.
Yup, black holes are hangry..
very nice loop 🙂
300 mio LY is crazy
Black Holes are eating planets