Humanity's current understanding of physics may suggest that traveling faster than light is impossible, but researchers on Earth may still be observed in very distant places to visit (and, in general, just how they look in the distant past). One of these is a galactic collision, at least from our planetary point of view, which seems like a terrible thing like a craft that no one has ever gone before.
NASA released the composite image above Abell 1033, a cluster of galaxies that is about 1.62 billion light-years away this week. Star warsUSS Enterprise. NASA wrote that the image was taken by the Chandra X-ray Observatory, an X-ray telescope that detects over-heated gases, as well as the Low Frequency Sequence that detects radio beams.
The image may look calm, but it is the result of a cosmic phenomenon that leaves an incredible amount of energy. The clusters of galaxies are galaxy collections, the largest known objects held together by both the galaxies and the gravitational forces that contain much more extreme hot gases. According to NASA, Abell 1033 is actually a cluster of two galaxies that produce “turbulence and shock waves arı in the process of multiplying together. NASA added that the two clusters interact with a super-fast black hole and allow high-speed particles to be sprayed. This emerges as radio emissions:
In Abell 1033, the collision interacted with another energetic cosmic process – the jets of high-speed particles can transform the substance into a super-mass black hole, in which one is located in a galaxy in one of the clusters. These jets are emitted by radio emission to the left and right sides of the image. Radio emission is a process called the synchrotron emission, with electrons rotating around the magnetic field lines.
The electrons in the jets are very close to the speed of light. As the galaxy and black hole moved towards the bottom of the image, the jet on the right slowed down as it fell into the hot gas in the other galaxy cluster. The jet on the left did not slow down because it encountered less hot gas, rather than the straight line, which gave it a slanted appearance for jets.
NASA added that the radio emissions from the cluster would normally lose most of their energies as they would normally spread and become unnoticeable; Boyunca Abell 1033 means that the enlarged electrons are present in the greatly expanded radio emission observed throughout the year, which is about 500,000 light years. in larger quantities and with higher energies than previously thought daha:
In addition to the star-shaped object of another galaxy, another source of radio emissions is a n radio phoenix belt başka that consists of shorter fountains from another galaxy (marked as kısa short jets Diğer) and a faded electron cloud in radio propagation. shock waves compressed into the cloud. This, as we reported in 2015, caused the cloud to shine once again on radio frequencies.
The University of Leiden, the Radio Astronomy Institute, the University of Hamburg and the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics have published their findings in Scientific Developments.[CNET]