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Biggest and oldest black hole discovered in space - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 03 March 2015 06:00

An international team of astronomers have discovered a very massive black hole - its mass is 12 million Suns, it is the largest of the known quasars in the early era of the formation of the Universe.

Syaohuey Fan of Beijing University said that so massive and bright quasar - a mystery to scientists, because it does not fit into the existing theory of the formation of black holes in the Universe. As such supermassive objects can grow so fast in the early Universe? And as such black holes interact with the galaxy?

Fan and his colleagues observed a few distant quasars using built in 2007 in Lijiang telescope (the largest in China). They examined the constellation Pisces, which found a galaxy J0100 + 2802. They are interested in a red hue, who spoke about the long distance, as well as the intensity of the radiation of the quasar in the center of the galaxy. The scientists decided to conduct surveillance and to find the distance to the quasar, as well as its characteristics. It turned out that at the present time, we see the quasar as it was still about 12.8 billion years ago (it is believed that it is - a little less than a billion years after the Big Bang). Quasar is also very bright - brighter than 420 trillion Suns.

The mass of the supermassive black hole - about 12 billion solar masses. So how could arise such large black holes, given that, focusing on modern scientific theory, the formation of J0100 + 2802 would take place only a few hundred million years after the so-called reionization era? Modern theories do not give answers - proceeding from them, even in the most efficient absorption of matter of time growth was not.


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