100 billion times larger black hole compare to Sun disappears, scientists sweat to find that

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A supermassive black hole has disappeared whose weight is about 100 billion times more than the weight of the Sun. Scientists have lost their sweat in finding this black hole. The US space agency NASA is using NASA's Lunar X-ray Observatory and the Hubble Space Telescope to find this missing black hole, but it is not known yet. For your information, tell us that a black hole is a place in space where no law of physics works. Its gravitational field is so powerful that nothing can escape its stretch. Even light cannot go out after going into it.


Blackhole was supposed to be in the center of Abell 2261

The missing black hole galaxy (galaxy) was supposed to be in Coulter Abell 2261 but it is not here. The distance of the galaxy cluster Abell 2261 is about 2.7 billion light-years from Earth. Explain that the distance of one light-year is 9 lakh crore kilometers. Light years are used to measure the distance between stars and galaxies.


At the center of each galaxy is a massive black hole that weighs billions more than the Sun. The black hole in the center of our Galaxy i.e. Milky Way is called Sagittarian A * (Sagittarius A *). It is 26,000 light-years away from Earth. Scientists are analyzing data from 1999 to 2004 to find the black hole at the center of Abell galaxy, but no evidence of a black hole has yet been discovered.


Black holes may merge among themselves

A team at the University of Michigan in the US says that Abell 2261 may have caused it to move out of the center of the galaxy because of the black hole. According to data from NASA Lunar Observatory for 2018, the formation of two smaller galaxies would have led to the formation of a larger galaxy, due to which the black hole is not visible.

Recoiling Black Hole

When two black holes join together, they create gravitational waves that move at the speed of light and can squeeze everything in their path to create a stretch. According to the theory of gravitational waves, during such a merger, when the amount of waves produced in one direction is greater than the waves in the other direction, new large black holes can be sent in the opposite direction from the center of the galaxy. This is known as the "recoiling" black hole.

However, so far scientists have not found any evidence for the recoiling of the black hole. Also, it is yet to be ascertained whether supermassive black holes can join together and release gravitational waves. For your information, let us know that so far only small black holes have been confirmed to be interconnected and if the University of Michigan's hypothesis about this missing black hole is true then it will be seen as a major success of astronomy.