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NASA SHOCK: How Blackhole DRAGGED space-time, scientists on the verge of time travel discovery? | Science | news

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. …

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Astronomers discover Black Hole, which ejects plasma and rotates so fast that it carries along space-time

A black hole, nearly 8,000 light-years from Earth, has attracted astronomers for its peculiar, rickety nature. Called Cygni V404, the black hole was discovered when it released fast plasma clouds in a way that scientists had not yet seen. Like other black hole systems, the V404 sucked gas from a nearby star. And while it became known that black holes …

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Scientists are in the process of resuming the hunt for waves in space-time

Two neutron stars collide as gravitational waves scatter to the outside. Simulation of extreme space-times On April 1, scientists will turn on three huge machines that can detect waves in the fabric of the Universe – the phases of thought called "gravitational waves". The giant twin facilities of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) in Louisiana and Washington and …

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Scientists build atomic clocks accurately enough to measure changes in space-time itself

Photo: N. Phillips / NIST Physicists have created atomic clocks that are so precise that they themselves can measure space-time deformations. We all do not experience the passing of time – time passes more slowly closer to a massive attraction, as theorized by Albert Einstein. And since gravity is usually interpreted as the way in which the mass itself distorts …

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3D card rolls space-time to reveal thousands of early galaxies

The COSMOS field in the constellation of Sextan can be seen here in infrared light. This region is linked to the part of the sky analyzed by David Sobral of Lancaster University and his research team. Credit: ESO / UltraVISTA Team / TERAPIX / CNRS / INSU / CASU Astronomers have produced one of the largest 3D images maps of …

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