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Simulation of a star being attracted by a Black Hole
This computer-simulated image shows gas from a star that is ripped apart by
tidal forces as it falls into a black hole. So...
An artist's drawing a black hole named Cygnus X-1. It formed when a
large star caved in. This black hole pulls matter from...
An artist's drawing shows the current view of the Milky Way galaxy.
Scientific evidence shows that in the center of the Mi...
Sagittarius A* is the black hole at the center of the Milky Way
galaxy.
This image of Sagittarius A in the center of the Milky Way galaxy
was taken by the Chandra X-ray Observatory.
. This beautiful object ‘s name is: G292.0+1.8. But don’t let that

astronomical jargon throw you, you’re looking at a sup...
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http://www.universetoday.com/11966/chand
ra-sees-the-death-of-a-star-in-detail/
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Black Holes and More

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Basic info and pictures of black holes and some derivatives.

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Black Holes and More

  1. 1. Simulation of a star being attracted by a Black Hole
  2. 2. This computer-simulated image shows gas from a star that is ripped apart by tidal forces as it falls into a black hole. Some of the gas also is being ejected at high speeds into space.
  3. 3. An artist's drawing a black hole named Cygnus X-1. It formed when a large star caved in. This black hole pulls matter from blue star beside it.
  4. 4. An artist's drawing shows the current view of the Milky Way galaxy. Scientific evidence shows that in the center of the Milky Way is a supermassive black hole.
  5. 5. Sagittarius A* is the black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.
  6. 6. This image of Sagittarius A in the center of the Milky Way galaxy was taken by the Chandra X-ray Observatory.
  7. 7. . This beautiful object ‘s name is: G292.0+1.8. But don’t let that astronomical jargon throw you, you’re looking at a supernova remnant, captured by NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory and ground-based observatories. It’s considered a textbook example of what remains after a massive star blows itself apart as a supernova
  8. 8.   http://www.nasa.gov http://www.universetoday.com/11966/chand ra-sees-the-death-of-a-star-in-detail/

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