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Astronomers had luck and got first picture ever of Black Hole Devouring Star

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posted on Jun, 16 2018 @ 04:08 AM
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originally posted by: tadaman
St Udio posted in another thread:

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Still I wonder.... is the newly formed Jet the actual Star material --- or is the Jet an equal amount of older material that was locked upDeep in the Black Hole 'guts' (as it were)… 

the ARP galaxy BH 'burped' !


Nothing ever comes out of a black hole. What goes in can't come out. The jets blasting out of black holes are stellar material that gets ejected before it reaches the event horizon.




posted on Jun, 16 2018 @ 04:43 AM
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originally posted by: tadaman
St Udio posted in another thread:

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Still I wonder.... is the newly formed Jet the actual Star material --- or is the Jet an equal amount of older material that was locked upDeep in the Black Hole 'guts' (as it were)… 

the ARP galaxy BH 'burped' !


I have thought along these lines. We only see one aspect of a recycling of matter. The material ejected across the universe from black holes may be equal in terms of mass as what we estimate the big bang needed to create the universe.

If black holes have always existed, spitting up material into space and later eating it back up on another end, then they could explain why the universe seems to have a universal temperature even though explosions cool off eventually and slowly. The "big bang" hasnt cooled off yet anywhere.

If matter was being spat out from within black holes it may have a universal temperature due to the process involved in being displaced by new matter coming in.

Good subject either way. Its what I think is happening. Cheers to St Udio for the original post in the other now closed thread.

I don't understand your comment about ' then they could explain why the universe seems to have a universal temperature even though explosions cool off eventually and slowly. The "big bang" hasnt cooled off yet anywhere.'

In the first 380,000 years of the universe. The temperature of the universe cooled from billions of degrees to below 3000 degrees k. That allowed all the particles and forces to settle down and be able to start to produce stars etc.



posted on Jun, 28 2018 @ 10:44 PM
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Sulfurous? Sweet? Metallic? Meaty? Solvent? Sounds like they all got a different answer. Never thought anyone would ask, did they?

Space smells like weed. Everyone knows that.



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