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Black Holes - Seriously blew my mind

Black Holes - Seriously blew my mind

Travel INSIDE a Black Hole

Travel INSIDE a Black Hole

Noir et Blancs Hypnotiques #2

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Noir et Blancs Hypnotiques #2

Black Hole Wind. A composite x-ray/optical image of the active NGC 1068 galaxy reveals an enormous plume of hot gas emanating from the supermassive black hole at the galaxy's center. Scientists think the shape and speed of the plume, which moves at about 1 million miles an hour, are caused by the funneling effect of a doughnut-shaped ring of cooler gas and dust that surrounds the black hole.

Black Hole Wind. A composite x-ray/optical image of the active NGC 1068 galaxy reveals an enormous plume of hot gas emanating from the supermassive black hole at the galaxy's center. Scientists think the shape and speed of the plume, which moves at about 1 million miles an hour, are caused by the funneling effect of a doughnut-shaped ring of cooler gas and dust that surrounds the black hole.

Astronomers report seeing supermassive black hole swallowing star

Astronomers report seeing supermassive black hole swallowing star

The accretion disk and jet of a supermassive black hole. The darkest thing in the universe creates the brightest lights sometimes.

The accretion disk and jet of a supermassive black hole. The darkest thing in the universe creates the brightest lights sometimes.

Inspired by "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey:" A Science Reading List For Kids

Inspired by "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey:" A Science Reading List For Kids

Let's say you happened to fall into the nearest black hole. What would you experience and see? And what would the rest of the Universe see as this was happening?

What Would It Be Like To Fall Into A Black Hole?

Let's say you happened to fall into the nearest black hole. What would you experience and see? And what would the rest of the Universe see as this was happening?

As a star approaches a supermassive black hole, it is ripped apart by gravitational forces (artist's impression).

As a star approaches a supermassive black hole, it is ripped apart by gravitational forces (artist's impression).

Hmmmm...

Hmmmm...

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