Astronomers suggest new and wandering massive black holes in the milky way
Probably no one is not surprised by the fact that the core of every big galaxy there is something massive, something around which everything revolves. So say the center of mass, that`s the whole point. In the Central region of most galaxies is a huge black hole, she is the center of mass around which rotates all the star cluster part of the galaxy.
Previously it was thought that our milky way is just one of the massive black hole in the Central region, but some scholars doubt this assertion, and tend to think that in our galaxy there are also wandering black holes are a large mass. They seem to travel through their galaxy, while scientists do not know how these black holes are moving, but the assumption in this direction has already been put forward.
Moreover, if the black holes wander through the galaxy, then with some probability we can calculate the appearance of such an object in the space closest to the Sun. Very large black holes are a piece of high-density matter weighing billions of solar masses. Previously, scientists thought that these giants are stable in the Central regions of large and small galaxies, but this statement may be incorrect. So at least according to scientists at Yale University, they published their hypothesis in the scientific journal Astrophysical Journal Letters. Probably in the Central area is very stable big black hole, but her galaxy is still wandering sisters, that walk across the galaxy, affecting everything much further than the top edge of the galactic halo. In order for this hypothesis make up one`s mind had to be simulated using the modeling method (Romulus). Model has shown, that in our galaxy likely can wandering immediately several very big black holes. The probability that one such super massive black hole will get into our sleeve is minimized. Theoretically, such a rapprochement with our Sun is probably possible, but the probability is 1:100 billion, or if it is clear, then such an approximation is possible once in 100 billion years or about when.. The universe is only 13 billion years old so far, so there is probably no need to wait for such an arrival, or if it does, the Earth will clearly no longer be. Probably wandering black holes furrow the galaxy somewhere on the periphery in areas far from the Central influence. Can be even such, that black holes will fly even outside the principal galactic the high. There are no gases, there is emptiness and the chance to see them there is reduced to a minimum. The theory as it is, now it is practice, you need it to either confirm or refute what soon I think we will have to learn.
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