Is there a conundrum that astronomers consider a Black Hole that the Picture showed?
- 1 year agoFavourite answer
If you watch Veritasium, he created a video a day before the picture was released and very accurately predicted wha tot expect. Additionall he goes into detail about what we're seeing the physics behind it,a nd what's nto resoivled in the image
- 1 year ago
Not so far as I'm aware - they've explained what it is we're seeing...
- CarolOklaLv 71 year ago
There is no conundrum for the scientists
whodeived the algorithms that were used to.put the picture together from an array of radio tecopes inultiple locations.
The conundrum is the the feral pu lics conundrum..the picture is NOT a picture of a black hole. The licgire is kg the av region disc surrounding the event horizon of supermassive e black hole 55 millionight years from us.
- VelikovskyLv 71 year ago
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- Ronald 7Lv 71 year ago
You could say that
Nobody can work out fully what they are all about
But their Mass is just too much to Ignore
The Collapsed Singularity of a Supergiant Star that has went Supernova
Anything that comes near falls into its Gravity Trap
Dust, Planets, Other Stars, Other Black Holes and even Light can't escape, the Gravity is so strong
Their Centres are obscured, hidden by their Event Horizon
Since no light can escape it is a perfectly Black Sphere, hence the Name
They were first discovered as an X Ray source
And Stephen Hawking proposed radiation caused by the Friction of Matter crossing the Event Horizon
Some even say Space itself can be bent with such Gravity and even time Dilation can result
They could be Gateways into Parallel Universes and all that gumpf !!Source(s): Check out Messier 87
- PhotonXLv 71 year ago
Conundrum? “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”
- Anonymous1 year ago
The hole from their butts is also black inside
- Anonymous1 year ago
I'm not quite sure what you're asking since your English is so poor. If you're suggesting that it's somehow paradoxical, like that a picture can't capture a lack of light, then you clearly have no concept of how photography and negatives work or even what "black" means. Our brains via our eyes perceive the lack of light as black. There's no conundrum, no conflict, no quagmire, no paradox--especially since, if you saw the picture, the black hole was able to be depicted by showing light where the black hole wasn't, thus giving a boundary around the black that was the black hole.
- KennyBLv 71 year ago
Not really - the conundrum is in the name for a black hole, not the object itself.
- Donald KLv 61 year ago
Try asking this in your native language