Schwarzes Loch

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Schwarzes Loch

This image released on Monday, 22 October 2001, by the European Space Agency (ESA), taken by ESA’s X-ray Multi-Mirror Mission (XMM-Newton), shows a satellite observing a supermassive black hole in the core of galaxy named MCG 6-30-15. Scientists for the first time have seen energy being extracted from a black hole. Like an electric dynamo, this black hole spins and pumps energy out through cable-like magnetic field lines into the chaotic gas whipping around it, making the gas – already infernally hot from the sheer force of crushing gravity – even hotter. The observation also may explain the origin of particle jets in quasars. XMM-Newton, launched from French Guiana by ESA in December 1999, carries three advanced X-ray telescopes with the light-collecting ability to detect millions of sources, far greater than any previous X-ray mission. NASA helped fund mission development and supports guest observatory time. dpa


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