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Scientists were recently caught by surprise when a black hole in a galaxy located 665 million light years away exhibited this exact phenomenon. The team was able to conclude that the black hole is flinging out material traveling at half of the speed of light. Observations like this reanimation event can give scientists more insight into how the space-consuming voids work and how they feed.
Published 4 months ago · Cambridge, United States

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Black hole spews out material years after shredding star

Astronomers have observed a black hole burping up stellar remains years after it shredded and consumed the star.

4 months ago·United States
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Black hole burps up shredded star

In October 2018, a small star was ripped to shreds when it wandered too close to a black hole in a galaxy located 665 million light years away from Earth. Though it may sound thrilling, the event did not come as a surprise to astronomers who occasionally witness these violent incidents while scanning the night sky.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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Scientists Shocked As Black Hole Spews Out Something They've Never Seen Before

Scientists are baffled that black holes consume stars, then eject material later from that consumed star. The post Scientists Shocked As Black Hole Spews Out Something They’ve Never Seen Before appeared first on GIANT FREAKIN ROBOT.

4 months ago·Portland, United States
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‘We’ve Never Seen Anything Like This Before:’ Black Hole Spews Out Material Years After Shredding Star

Astronomers have observed a black hole burping up stellar remains years after it shredded and consumed the star.

4 months ago·Charlottesville, United States
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‘We’ve Never Seen Anything Like This Before:’ Black Hole Spews Out Material Years After Shredding Star | Center for AstrophysicsFacebookTwitterCenter for AstrophysicsFacebookTwitterYouTubeLinkedIn

Cambridge, MA– In October 2018, a small star was ripped to shreds when it wandered too close to a black hole in a galaxy located 665 million light years away from Earth. Though it may sound thrilling, the event did not come as a surprise to astronomers who occasionally witness these violent incidents while scanning the night sky.

4 months ago
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