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Large-scale collision of black holes in the constellation Virgo - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 19 September 2015 16:22
Scientists anticipate another "apocalypse." At this time "Doomsday" for predicting the galaxy, distant from the Earth at 3.5 million light-years and is located in the sky in the constellation Virgo. According to astrophysicists at the California Institute of Technology, the quasar PG 1302-102, located in the center of the space object is now rhythmically "flicker" and is in fact the two black holes, coming up to each other at a minimum distance. Other scientists from Columbia University, agrees with colleagues and developed a model in which two black holes are now located at a distance of 200 billion miles, which is about one-tenth of a light year. At the moment, the two objects rapidly lose energy, emit gravitational waves and will face each other in about 100 thoUSAnd. Years. Since the total mass of the two black holes than a billion solar masses, the merger, which will happen on space standards, just about, generate as much energy as 100 million supernova explosion. This energy will be emitted mainly in the form of gravitational waves, which "" blow away "on nearby stars and star clusters as leaves from the roof," the scientists write. "This is a significant convergence of black holes that we've seen to date," - said study author Zoltan Hyman. He also adds that the observation of the quasar PG 1302-102 will get to know how to form and live his life the galaxy.

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