NASA Chandra Releases Image Of Unusual Set Of X-Ray Rings Around A Black Hole!

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Recently National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shared an unusual set of X-ray rings around a #BlackHole with a companion star. The image has been posted by NASA Chandra’s official Instagram and has gained over 25,000 likes and 89 comments.

The title for the Picture states, “⚫⭐Scientists have recognised an unusual set of X-ray rings around a #BlackHole with a companion star. Light echoes create these rings, a phenomenon similar to echoes on Earth caused by sound waves reverberating off hard surfaces.

Take a look at this mysterious image:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CSM7yYXLsRD/

The picture shared by NASA Chandra has left netizens completely awestruck. One user commented, “I think they are attempting to communicate with us😮”. Another stated, “This isn’t the identical as what came out a few days ago that scientists discovered light from within the black hole, is it? @nasachandraxray”. NASA Chandra is constantly posting new images of our universe to its official Instagram account. It recently published a stunning Deep Field-South image with the highest density of supermassive black holes ever seen. The black spots are equivalent to about 5,000 objects that would fit into the sky covered by the full Moon and about a billion across the entire sky.

As per NASA Chandra, the central region of this Chandra Deep Field-South image carries the highest concentration of supermassive black holes ever seen, similar to about 5,000 objects that would fit into the area on the sky covered by the full Moon and about a billion over the entire sky! It’s made with over 7 million seconds of observing time, and this is the deepest X-ray image ever captured.

 

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