An international research team claims to have recorded the first direct evidence of this black holes Rotate. The results were reached by a group of researchers from Japan, South Korea, China and other countries.
The researchers used a network of radio telescopes spread around the world to observe the supermassive black hole that gained fame in 2019 when astronomers were able to capture a mysterious orange cake 55 million light-years from Earth, in the heart of the Messier 87 galaxy, in the constellation Virgo. .
This information was published last Wednesday (27) in the scientific journal Nature and published by the British newspaper Watchman.
Images obtained over a period of 20 years They show a stream of matter being expelled by a black hole at nearly the speed of light. According to the team, data analysis revealed that the plane’s direction changes on an approximate 11-year cycle.
The results match the results of supercomputer simulations conducted by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, based on theoretical modeling of black holes.
Observers also conclude that the discoveries will provide new insights into the secrets of giant objects in the universe.
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