Massive Black hole is 33 billion times bigger than Sun..!?
Space research scientists at Durham university in the united states have discovered a new gigantic black hole that has never been seen before. What makes black holes so mysterious is that none of the laws of physics that scientists have proven to date apply to black holes. In this case, the American university has discovered a gigantic black hole.
They discovered that the black hole is the largest black hole ever discovered and is 33 billion times the data-size of the Sun. Dr. james Nightingale, a researcher at Durham University's Department of Physics, said of the discovery of the new black hole that it is about 30 billion times the data-size of our Sun. This black hole is the largest black hole ever discovered. This is a very exciting and promising discovery, he says.
The supermassive black hole was discovered when a nearby galaxy was magnified with a giant magnifying glass. Material pulled close to the black hole heats up and emits energy in the form of light, X-rays, and other radiation. Probing inactive black holes is possible with gravitational lensing, but is currently not possible in distant galaxies, Dr. Nightingale reports. Some scientists say that supermassive black holes are rare and their origins are unclear. Some believe they formed when galaxies merged with each other when the universe was young.