Black holes are the biggest mystery for space scientists. Even there are more theories on black holes than they are found.Many movies gave us clues about black holes, In Interstellar you will know how to cross a black hole and how to play with time. Even Biggest scientists of the present time, Stephen Hawking is still unsure about the theories of Black holes. But this step taken towards the solution of black holes will shock you. Scientists Are Turning Earth Into a Telescope to See a Black Hole. Yes, this is true, and we will discuss it.
Why Earth to see Black Holes
Normally our telescopes are not able to see a supermassive black hole, not because it’s too black, but because it’s very light. The attraction force of black holes causes orbiting matter to travel at very high speeds, tendiing the speed of light. The larger frictional force between particles in the hot gas produces a bright glow, which stops us from seeing the shadow of the light-eating Unicron itself. The interstellar matter between us and the black holes, as well as the Earth’s atmosphere, can also diminish incoming light waves, depending on their properties. That means there’s a massive frequency of light that black hole watchers allow into their telescopes. In place of using visible, ultraviolet or infrared light, the EHT separates out everything except radio waves, longer light rays whose amplitudes have around a millimeter of distance between them. For comparison, visible lights waves have about a thousandth to a ten thousandth that distance between their peaks.(Also read:McDonald’s Twitter account Hacked, Donald Trump In Trouble)
Black Holes mystery solved
The Event Horizon Telescope, or EHT, is a connection of almost ten radio telescope observatories across the earth, adjusted by the most precise atomic clocks, and pointed directly at the center of our galaxy.There, scientists are quite sure about massive black hole about four million times the mass of our sun, named Sagittarius A*, powers the orbit of the Milky Way’s rotation, breaks matter to dust and flings balls of it across space.
The telescope connection will also watch for much larger black hole in the giant galaxy M87. The EHT is about 10 years old, but the integration of the world’s most powerful radio telescope, ALMA or the Atacama Large Millimeter Array in the Chilean desert, also with a telescope at the South Pole, may help scientists to finally get the bizzare black hole images pastly prepared only by artist drawings or computer simulations.
This massive hulk Event Horizon Telescope will start working in early April.