A team of astronomers from Stanford University has found something unusual, Light coming from behind a black hole. The discovery was published in the journal NatureAnd proof of the theory of relativity supported by an astrophysicist Albert EinsteN, I 1905.
According to SciTech Daily, Dan Wilkins’ team, a scientist at Stanford University, observed that X-rays are emitted from a supermassive black hole in a galaxy about 800 million light-years from Earth.
Telescopes have recorded a very rare fact, the scintillations, as well as smaller, matching X-rays. The appearance was in different colors than the flashes. According to Wilkins, a scientist at the Kavli Institute for Astrophysics, Particles and Cosmology at Stanford and SLAC National Accelerator Laborator, The lights entering the black hole do not go out.
“Any light that enters this black hole does not go out, so we shouldn’t be able to see anything behind the black hole […] The reason we see this is because a black hole is distorting space, bending light. and magnetic fields around themselves.
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