Black Holes Shining A Strange Light In Our Galaxy

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Sagittarius Black Hole Shines Light

Black holes are one of the most fascinating things to ever exist; as far as we know blackholes make no sense. When it comes to understanding what they truly are; Or what they are. We simply cannot understand and study them due to the difficulty of observing them; we can’t actually see black holes we can only see what is surrounding them. When we try to get near them to study them we are automatically sucked into one of them and disappear.

What Is The New Black Hole Phenomenon ?

Recently scientist and astronomers tumbling upon something never seen before. We usually can observe black holes sucking planet and stars as they go beyond the event horizon; but this time through observation we saw a massive light or radiation coming out of one of these strange things. The worst part is we do not even have an explanation for this phenomenon.

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We do now know that at the center of every galaxy there is a black hole; think of it as the sun in a sense. Our entire galaxy perfectly balances around it and spins around it. This black hole is called the Sagittarius A, and it is about 26,000 light-years away from our planet. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Hawaii saw it all happen.

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As far as we know, usually there is a tendency of light coming out of black holes; but it is so minimal it is almost hard to observe and identify. But this light is very massive comparing to the previous observation; that it is now raising the question to previous data and limits set on these previous data collections. Scientists can only theorise about the reason of this strange phenomenon; so far it is nothing exciting until we get more data from other observation centers.

Since it is only theories, I don’t think it would be worth mentioning but my assumption is; that it can be a something of mass energy entering the black hole. Resulting in the light, or it can be a result of a collision of another black hole.