Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Necessary Ingredients Detected in the Milky Way for the formation Black Holes Pt.II

Now as mentioned before, there is uncertainty  about the implications of the time lag, would that nebula still be the same as it was when the light left that cloud 30,000 years ago. I don’t know. Everything we look at respectively is looking in the past, the light that is coming to our eyes are images of the past. Looking at a computer screen its only a few femtoseconds to reach the screen to your eyes. As you could imagine this is not a really example and shows how insignificant it is. But if you amplify the distance considerably, then your results begin to take form.

The disk shaped clouds that were observed are about 50 light years cross . This is a massive number and in comparison to the Earth, you would not be able to see the Earth, in fact you wouldn’t be able to see the sun, except maybe for a little white dot so faint, that you would mistaken it for a dead pixel on your screen.

The leader of the study Tomoharu Oka of Keio University in Japan stated that the 50 light year across chemical cloud “revolves around the supermassive black hole at a very fast speed". Which the other clouds of clumped chemicals are increase and expanding very fast rates of about 223, 000 mp/h. This is allowing the scientists think that the super novas massive explosions were a cause of this particular expansion.  This is an interesting part, that the fast growth of the cloud is suggesting that 200 super nova have gone of inside. This cloud is assume or suggested to be only about 60,000 years of age (Not very old, relative to the cosmic age). Deducing this from the observations, it is thought that supernovae are suspected to go of every 300 years.


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