Supermassive Black holes
NASA shares an amazing illustration of Black holes. This feels like watching a sci-fi movie. When gas escapes the gravitational pull of Black holes, it forms large scales of Tsunami like structures into deep space. This was illustrated by the astrophysicists of NASA using computer simulations of Black holes. Researchers also said that the supermassive black holes are capable of hosting Tsunami-like structures in the universe.
In an Instagram post on Sunday, NASA said that the atmosphere of the spinning desk can create wave-like structures that are similar to the ocean only when the supermassive holes lose their grip from the surrounding. NASA said, “Spiralling structures are created when supermassive black holes interact with hot winds which are 10 times hotter than the sun. These waves of spiraling structures can reach to a height of 10 light-years above the disk”.
This illustration appears just like sci-fi thrillers. When these gases interact with black holes, they create unusual structures like Tsunami’s and Karman vortex street. NASA researchers said that the new results will be in contradiction with the existing theories of spontaneous formation of clouds through the action of a fluid instability.
The NASA researchers also said that in future missions these kinds of illustrations will pave way for stronger evidence, but until then the research has to be continued just to explore the mysteries of the world.
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