Epic Spaceman 4-Million Suns Black Hole New York
Ever wonder what might happen if you put 4 million suns in a black hole over New York? If so, Epic Spaceman shows this hypothetical situation and explains how they work as well as their connection to galaxies.



Visualizing a 4.3 million solar mass black hole isn’t so easy, as it would probably take millions of years for one to reach this size. For comparison, you can fit more than a million Earths into each sun, so cramming 4.3-million of them into a single black hole is mind boggling to say the least. Speaking of black holes, the largest known supermassive black hole can be found in TON 618, a hyperluminous, broad-absorption-line, radio-loud quasar. This monstrosity feeds on intensely hot gas and matter in an accretion disc.

Celestron - NexStar 8SE Telescope - Computerized Telescope for Beginners and Advanced Users -...

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