tech2 News Staff
January 14, 2019, 18:04. IST
For us on Earth, the brightest object in the sky is the Sun. The light of light in light, however, compared to the Quasars: the giant and luminous galaxies radiate the massive amounts of energy.
Astronomers believe that the black holes in Quasars in the middle of the young galaxy are incredibly hungry. When they generate light, when the energy is generated, the spiral objects and the quasars of the gravitational whirlwind fall, the temperatures that heat up are intensified during the process.
Quasars thought that they were abundant in the universe of more than 10 million years, astronomers were very interested in studying the early evolution of our cosmos.
According to the researchers, the recently discovered quasar was active when the universe was less than one million years old when the first galaxy universe was created.
12.8 million years later, the Hubble telescope was now shining brightly in the object: 600 times a million times in the light of our Sun. This has the last quark, equal to 420 billion solar light.
Arizonako research team to be published enter his findings Astrophysical Journal Letters.
"We do not expect the quasars found to be much brighter than the whole visible universe." say Xiaohui Fan, chief researcher at the University Press.
How would the telescopes that actively seek this phenomenon be so radiant? Simply, the quasar has almost a universe, 12.8 million light years. In fact, it was only seen as a strange phenomenon of "gravitational severity".
Highly potent gravitational forces literally "literally" tilt & # 39; They have it. In the case of Quasar recently discovered, the quasar's light was almost half-way between Quasar and the Earth.
This process intensified the intensity of the quasi space by 50 times and distributed the quasar image, so that in space three different spaces were seen simultaneously.
Without much magnification, it would be impossible to see the galaxy, said Feige Wang, a member of the team, university press.
"We believe that we have not been able to find objects between 10 and 20, because they would not be sharp enough and the colors will not be displaced," said Fan. "This means that our traditional Quasarian discovery will no longer work, and we need to find a big and new data that we will search for."
Quasar first saw a telescope, called the Multi-Mirror Observatory in Arizona, after which objects, from Pan-STARRS1 to Pan-STARRS1, were also scanned in the UK Infrared Telescope Hemisphere and the WISE telescope orbit.
In the end, Hubble confirmed that "a more visible light in space" is the "lens of the cortexarian".
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