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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