Two black holes are entwined in a gravitational tango in this artist's conception. Supermassive black holes at the hearts of galaxies are thought to form through the merging of smaller, yet still massive black holes, such as the ones depicted here.
Nassim Haramein added torque and Coriolis forces to Albert Einstein's field equations which led to a model describing black holes as having a Torus structure rather than one generally described as simply being more "funnel-like." --The Resonance Project
NASA's data shows that a asteroid, spotted by Spanish stargazers in February, will whistle by Earth in a month.
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Event Horizon Telescope reveals magnetic fields at Milky Way’s central black hole
Imprint of Primordial Monster Star Found The detection of the chemical signature of a relic star brings long-awaited evidence for massive stellar ancestors.The very first stars in the Universe might have been hundreds of times more massive than the Sun.
A Beautiful End to a Star’s Life
Complex planetary nebulas form when a star uses up all of the hydrogen in its core -- an event our Sun will go through in about five billion years. Image: X-ray: NASA/CXC/IAA-CSIC/N.Ruiz et al, Optical: NASA/STScI Caption: Chandra X-Ray Observatory
2012 September 28 A peek at swirling matter around a giant black hole verifies that it is the source of a monstrous blast of energy thousands of light-years long, researchers say.
Blick ins Herz der Dunkelheit:Schwarze Löcher - die unheimlichen Massemonster
Black Holes are so dense, and produce such intense gravity, that even light can not escape. Theoretical physicists predict that there are situations under which light can escape (which is called Hawking radiation).