Supermassive black holes can collide and merge into one


They are slowly coming together, revolving around each other.

American astronomers have discovered two supermassive black holes, which are on the way to merge. They are located 2.5 billion light years from Earth, and open them managed by computer Hubble telescope. This writes the online edition of the with reference to the Correspondent.

Two black holes continue to approach each other, emitting a huge fluctuation in space-time known as gravitational waves that can be felt on even Ground.

A study published in the journal the Astrophysical Journal Letters, describes two supermassive black holes that have a mass of 800 million times bigger than our Sun.

Galaxy with black holes SDSS J1010 + 1413, attracted the attention of astronomers with its amazing brightness. It is expected that black holes will rotate around one another until, until you face it. Scientists are trying to establish how much time it will take the process of merging black holes and join if they do.

Some experts hold the theory that black holes after reaching the distance between them is 1 parsec away (or 3.2 light years) will rotate indefinitely.


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