Eating peek Black Holes.
How a giant black hole eating? Apparently the diet could be the biggest black hole is the same as a small black hole. Do not believe? This is the latest data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory and NASA’s ground-based telescopes. These findings support Einstein’s theory of relativity which states black holes of all sizes have similar properties and is useful in determining the nature of a conjecture of a new class of black holes.
Conclusions are generated after comparison between a giant black hole in the spiral galaxy M81 by measuring the mass of the black hole.
Spiral galaxy M81, which is located at a distance of 12 million light years from Earth has a massive black hole whose mass is 70 million solar masses. And generates energy and radiation as it pulls gas in the center of the galaxy inwards at high speed.
On the other hand, a tiny black hole whose mass is 10 times the mass of the Sun, has a different food sources. This small black holes acquire new material by pulling gas dar star orbiting pair. It turned out great and small black hole has a different environment with different food source material anyway. The question, in the same way they feed?
By using the latest and detailed observations of existing theories, made comparisons between the properties of the black hole in M81 with a black hole with the mass of the star. As a result, large or small, black holes seem to eat the same way and produce a similar distribution of X-rays, optical light and radio light.
One of the implications of Einstein’s general relativity theory of the case is, black holes are simple objects. Only the mass and spin of the black hole will determine their effect on space-time. Recent research indicates that this simplicity manifests itself in spite of complicated environmental effects. And the result, obtained confirmation, if the diet of black holes in various sizes can be very similar.
According to Michael Nowak of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, after seeing the data model that they have turned out to be suitable, both for the giant black hole in M81 as well as for other small black hole. All those around giant black holes looks the same as a small, but the size is 10 million times greater.
And among black holes that are active for a meal, a black hole in M81 is one of the most dim. It is estimated this is because he is still a lack of food. However, although the black hole is eating less, he is one of the brightest as seen from Earth because of its relative proximity, allowing high quality observations to be had.
“It looks like the underfed black holes is very simple and practical, perhaps because we can see closer to the black hole,” said Andrew Young of the University of Bristol in England. He also mentions that the black hole does not seem to care too much where they get their food.
This work should be useful for determining the properties of a third, unconfirmed class called intermediate mass black holes, with masses lying between those of stellar and supermassive black holes. Although not confirmed, some candidates inhabitants of this class have been identified, although the evidence is still controversial. Thus, this new discovery is expected through more specific predictions can be made in determining the properties of a black hole.
Observations of black holes in a spiral galaxy M81 by Chandra X-ray Observatory, 3 radio telescopes (the Giant Meterwave Radio Telescope, the Very Large Array and the Very Long Baseline Array), two millimeter telescopes (the Plateau de Bure Interferometer and the Submillimeter Array ) and Lick Observatory. The observation was made simultaneously to ensure the light changes that occur as a result of the pace of eating black hole. In addition, the Chandra X-ray satellite is the only one that can isolate the weak X-ray emission from the black hole belongs to other galaxies.