Look at the x-rays of the giant nuclear bubbles - so the black hole absorbs energy and releases it back

The images recorded by the Hubble and Chandra telescopes probably show the process of absorption of the central

galactic black hole energy andreleasing it back. Another reason for the appearance of such energetic masses could be a stellar explosion, but it is still not clear why these bubbles are different - given that the smaller bubble apparently emits synchrotron radiation or high-energy X-rays from spiral electrons, while the larger bubble does not. No.

In the photographs, the X-ray frequencies (observed by Chandra) are displayed in purple and pink, and the frequencies of visible light (observed by Hubble) are shown in red and blue.

In the future, astrophysicists will continue to study such phenomena and the principles of their formation.

Earlier Hi-Tech told how they workgravitational wave and neutrino observatories, how scientists managed to record the merger of two black holes thanks to ripples in the fabric of space-time, and how rare fundamental particles will allow us to look beyond the hypothetical hydrogen wall at the border of the visible Universe.