Nasa releases pictures of distant galaxy NGC 4845


Hubble telescope captures images of ‘super hungry’ galaxy black hole

The spiral galaxy NGC 4845, located over 65 million light-years away in the constellation of Virgo (The Virgin).

Image courtesy of NASA / ESA

David Millward in the Daily Telegraph brings to the web a stunning image of a spiral galaxy 65 million light years away, somewhere in the constellation of Virgo. At the centre of this galaxy is a very large black hole.

Theoretically speaking, not much can escape the pull of a black hole but in physics there has to be the possibility that something could. This idea is best understood through the conceptual framework that rests under the term: black-hole maker – which bring us to the strange and mysterious circumstances surrounding the Gordon Brown Event…

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About TP Archie

I have lived in and around Burnley, Lancs, for most of my life. My four children are grown For a living I'm an accountant. I'm interested in current affairs, history and writing. For a while I was the face of My Telegraph Writers on the blogging platform of the London Daily Telegraph. My hobbies include SF, Fantasy, Anime, comic books, Vinyl and self publishing. My longer works include: A Guide to First Contact The Turning Stone Angel in My Heart Men for the Stars Mission Samurai The Tau Device Dragon Shard Door Witch Bluebelle Brant Lucky Shorter fiction: The Wrong Lane and other diversions The Slow Holocaust and other stories An Empty Bucket and other stories Eggman and other concoctions Night of Life and other fictions Under Winter's Bough Unfinished Tales Other works Poetry - Silt from Distant Lands Burnley (the town and its Grammar school) a private reproduction (with a new cover) of Juvaini's History of the World Conqueror
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