Scientists have spotted jets of hot gas whizzing out of a supermassive black hole at the heart of a nearby galaxy.
Scientists have spotted plasma jets – streams of energy and hot matter – fleeing the core of certain black holes at one-third the speed of light. Researchers still aren’t certain how these jets form or escape celestial voids. But a new study gives astronomers more insight into the relationship between jets and their black hole parents.
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