Medicine & TechnologyThere is no definite way of how a black hole forms in the universe, but the new high-powered simulation from the researchers of Northwestern University could shed light on how galaxies feed the supermassive black hole.
Novel research suggests that supermassive black holes, located in the center of galaxies or galaxy clusters, could have originated from massive seed black holes that would explain its exponential mass growth rate.
How supermassive black holes formed over billions of years have remained a mystery to astronomers for years. A recent discovery of six galaxies and a supermassive black hole forming a cosmic web may explain its origins.
Stars are like living beings that are made of star stuff, one of the longest-lived galactic structures and the source of light in the dark universe. A star dies in several ways, its corpse becomes something else.