Recently, the flares of X-rays coming from the black holes have been observed. However, this denies the general definition of black holes that says “a black hole is a region in space, where the gravitational pull is so high, that even light can not get out,” as explained on NASA’s website.
In fact, there should not be any light nor an x-ray inside the critical circumference of a black hole.
NASA’s two space telescopes caught an incredibly enormous burst of X-ray coming out of a supermassive black hole, reported the American space agency. These flares were apparently caused by the eruption of a charged particle coming out from the black hole.
Black Hole Produced a Molecule
In other words, the black hole distributed a molecule! But the conventional theory supports the fact that black holes absorb everything and do not let anything get out.
The Findings are in Agreement With an Indian Astrophysicist
Abhas Mitra claims that “black holes are actually ultra-hot balls of fire like our Sun,” as Indiatimes.com wrote. Abhas Mitra was the head of theoretical astrophysics in Mumbai at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre. Currently, he works as Adjuncts Professor at the Homi Bhabha National Institute.
“Gas streams pulled inward by gravity, get scorchingly hot by friction and may radiate X-rays,” he explains about his theory on black holes.
Stephen Hawking Supported This New Theory
His argument had also been supported by the famous British physicist and one of the most intelligent people in the world, Stephen Hawking.
Last year, Hawking claimed the possible denial of his own theory and said that the black holes do NOT actually exist in the real sense.
What is a Black Hole?
According to proper definitions, black holes are formed after the death of a star.
NASA has explained on their website that the Sun is actually too small to become a black hole.
Black Holes are Invisible
Black holes are practically invisible because they do not produce any light, and they merge all the light around. The only possible way to discover a black hole is by observing the disappearance of energy.
Absorbing is another fact typical for black holes because the more they consume, the bigger they become.
We might liken it to human beings as well. The more that we eat, the fatter we get– general logic. But we can compare a black hole to a person who is always hungry and eats everything surrounding him, including light. A person is mortal. However, the black hole probably does not die and continuously absorbs and merges with other black holes.
In the end, it might become a supermassive black hole and eat up the entire galaxy.
The black holes were always considered as unpredictable “predators” of everything surrounding them.