An interesting and mysterious message that appeared at one time with Halloween. Namely, scientists came to the statement that they first saw the black hole absorbing matter. Moreover, this is not a common black hole, but the one in our galactic, called the Milky Way, in the middle. Likewise, the solar system (and hence, each one of us), similar to the playing field, is slowly turning around the galactic axis in the middle of the black hole.
This was done by the German physicist Karl Schwarzschild in an analysis of the recently published general relativity relativity theory of Albert Einstein. It follows from them that the material can be so squeezed so as to form a heavier body with enormous density. So much so that their gravity field can not overcome the light.
Now we realize that some stars are beginning to shrink after the end of nuclear reactions, "fall in their way" and finally create a black hole. Black holes are the most flexible hypotheses (which are not entirely unfounded) that can provide the opportunity to travel in space and time hide the door to other worlds. A mysterious phenomenon inspired by countless science fiction novels and movies.
Physicists also realized that it is not possible to directly see black holes, we can only see indirect evidence. For example, atypical gravimetric anomalies. Now, astronomers from the South European Observatory at Atakam, Chile, were able to observe and capture spiral gaseous structures that rotate around the circuit at a high speed of about 100,000 miles per second and then suddenly disappear virtually anywhere.
Everyone agrees that it is nothing but a series of black holes that absorb matter. The picture is quite similar to what we see by skipping the water in the tub – the water in the whirlwind disappears in the sewer pipe. Observations are made in the eye in the invisible infrared spectrum, and because of the image promotion they are artificially colored.
Question: What will happen to us? If not with us, then with our Sun. Nothing good will disappear into the black hole. But there are two good news. In one of his recent works, British physicist Steven Hawking, who just died, showed that,
Not as fast as they suck things but still.
Another good news is that our solar system is on the edge of the galaxy, with its center and a dangerous black hole that separates us from 26,000 light years. It's a great distance – 246 times 10 with fifteen zeros per kilometer. So we can be calm for now. Indeed, it is sometimes better to live in a provincial metropolis.