Scientists from Caltech have made quite a surprising discovery with black holes. They have made perhaps the most detailed analysis ever of "winds" coming from huge black holes, and the incredible amount of heat coming from them.
Just like the movies where every scene has background music, the universe too has an infinite loop of its own. After surveying the largest cosmic gig, NASA has finally identified the black holes that create these x-ray sounds – all this with the help of NuSTAR.
In a day and age where zombies can be regularly found on TV, the silver screen, and even in video games, it's easy to argue that they are anything but rare. But what about radioactive and howling space zombies? Peering into the heart of the Milky Way galaxy, that appears to be exactly what one of NASA's impressive space telescopes has found, the details of which are published in a recent study.
Black holes: we know so little about them (we're not even sure they exist!) and yet one is quite literally the center of our galaxy. Now a pair of telescopes has identified strong evidence of radiation and ultra-fast winds blowing in a nearly spherical fashion, suggesting that black holes are more than just bottomless pits of condensing matter.