Holy moly! Image of space shows a thousand black holes

Holy moly! Image of area reveals a thousand black holes

NASA’s Chandra X-Ray observatory releases an image that looks like a lot of colorful dots, but that image will assist scientists understand how black holes grew billions of years earlier. by Iyaz Akhtar The image may not seem remarkable in the beginning, but it certainly improves on more intimate acquaintance. It’s in fact a more than 1,000 black holes at t.

See all stories on this topic Huge iceberg poised to break off Antarctica A rift, slowly developing across the Larsen C ice shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula in the last few years, expanded quickly last month, growing by about 11 miles. It is now more than 49 miles long with simply 12 miles left before it snaps, scientists stated. “The Larsen C Ice shelf in Antarctica is primed to shed an area of more than 1,930 square miles foll …


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