23 augustus 2017

XMM-Newton telescoop ontdekt zwaar zwart gat in nietig sterrenstelsel

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  1. The model of growth of black holes by accretion and merger with other black holes is not satisfying. For example, it does not explain how or why many early universe fledgling galaxies have massive nuclei.
    NGC 1277 for example has few stars (with low metallicity), but has a nucleus of about 17 billion solar masses. Compare that with a mature galaxy like ours that has nucleus weighing a little more than 4 million.
    A contrarian opinion claims that the black holes that became galactic nuclei originated from the condensation and solidification of those early universe filaments of energy. In the process these became segmented into parts and pieces called Omega bodies. It is these that became the nuclei of galaxies.
    This view is not acceptable to any scientist. k

  2. Kopernik, thanx for your opinion. NGC 1277 is called a relic of the early universe – its stars formed during a roughly 100 million year interval 12 billion years ago, when the universe was only about 2 billion years old. Could it be that by some kind of mechanism galaxies like NGC 1277 get a heavy nucleus and the rest of the galaxy remains obscure, while other galaxies grow by merging? It appears there are several scenario’s of galaxy formation and all lead to several different results.

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