We just got a plasma jet from another supermassive black hole
two years ago The Event Horizon Telescope has provided the first stunning image of the supermassive black hole at the heart of the stunning galaxy M87.
The same telescope now offers an unprecedented detailed view of a plasma jet ejecting from the supermassive black hole at the center of nearby galaxy Centaurus A.
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First of all, pictures not only look beautiful. but also amazing At an average distance of 12 million light years, the bizarrely shaped Centaurus A galaxy is the closest source of radio sound to Earth. It is known that its black holes which ejects a powerful plasma jet. which we can detect here on Earth.
In the new image, the jet is captured to a lesser extent than "light day", showing us in never-before-seen detail what happens in these plasma jets.
Michael Janssen, the first author of Max-Planck-Institut for Radioastronomie Bonn in Germany In Germany, a Q&A video is released along with the paper.