Black holes are the most peculiar phenomena in the universe. These strange entities show a gravitational acceleration that is so strong that nothing – even light – can escape. However, NASA scientists believe that a black hole called V404 Cygni has taken astronomical strangeness to another level.
It is believed that most black holes spew plasma jets from their poles.
The black hole V404 Cygni, however, was found 8,000 light-years from Earth blasting wild plasma jets, while its attraction drew the fabric of space-time itself.
Spacetime fuses the three dimensions of space and the one dimension of time into a single four-dimensional continuum to understand the relativistic effects, such as why different observers perceive where and when events occur differently.
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"To find this astronomical discovery has our Unwesen deepens understanding of how black holes and galaxy formation can work.
"It explains a little more about this big question:" How did we get here?
A detailed analysis of the bizarre behavior of V404 Cygni was made possible only with data acquired with the Very Long Baseline Array Interferometer.
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Professor James Miller-Jones of the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research: "How many black holes are there from a nearby star, the gas pulls away from the star and forms a disk of material that surrounds the black hole and the spirals towards it under gravity.
"What's different about Cygni in V404 is We believe that the floppy disk of material and the black hole are misaligned.
"This seems to cause the inner part of the disk to wobble like a gyroscope and fire nozzles in different directions as the alignment changes."
The Shockwheel Some observers asked if the black hole was an opportunity for time travel.
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Time is slower for you than for the people you left behind.
And you will not notice this effect until you return to these inpatients.
A journey through time also occurs for objects in gravitational fields. Einstein's General Theory of Relativity predicts that time for objects in gravitational fields – as here on Earth – passes more slowly than for objects far away from such fields.
So there are all kinds of space and time distortions near black holes, where gravity can be very intense.