Hubble’s 5 Weirdest Black Hole Discoveries

From absorbing whole dwarf galaxies to containing the mass of a billion stars – black holes are a cosmic force to be reckoned with. This #BlackHoleWeek NASA is bringing us Hubble Space Telescope’s 5 weirdest black hole discoveries

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13 thoughts on “Hubble’s 5 Weirdest Black Hole Discoveries

      1. I find the concept uplifting:
        These words echo in my head and stir my being:

        On the Beach at Night, Alone. by Walt Whitman
        On the beach at night alone,
        As the old mother sways her to and fro, singing her husky song,
        As I watch the bright stars shining—I think a thought of the clef of the universes, and of
        the future.

        A VAST SIMILITUDE interlocks all,
        All spheres, grown, ungrown, small, large, suns, moons, planets, comets, asteroids,
        All the substances of the same, and all that is spiritual upon the same,
        All distances of place, however wide,
        All distances of time—all inanimate forms,
        All Souls—all living bodies, though they be ever so different, or in different worlds,
        All gaseous, watery, vegetable, mineral processes—the fishes, the brutes,
        All men and women—me also;
        All nations, colours, barbarisms, civilizations, languages;
        All identities that have existed, or may exist, on this globe, or any globe;

        Originally written in the mid 19th century

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      2. Hi Simon.
        Not so bad thanks.
        Still cracking on with Vol III which is a bit of a thrill in itself as I am never sure what will happen from week to week. Trying to breath in a lot of the imagery from various blogs on WP to gain a ‘vibe’.
        Yours is a great help as one of my characters has developed her own means of travelling (as a sort of flying) up into the ‘somewhere’ possibly the Exosphere only contained in her own ‘sphere of atmosphere’- I’m still working on the details. Anyway she is enchanted by the sights of the various stellar bodies…So quite a bit of inspiration looking at the images you post up.
        Thanks mate

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  1. WOW! I’ve always been obsessed wih black holes- and this was really interesting and piqued my interest. My favorite one was about the black hole being kicked out of its galaxy by gravitational waves (Never knew that was possible- when gravity from a singularity creates such a huge dent in space-time, how can a few waves of gravity simple move the entire black hole itself? I don’t know. It’s pretty awesome.)
    Also- if you could check out my blog, that would be great! Thanks so much!
    https://juniorblogs.science.blog

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      1. Oh my God! You actually saw the comment! Thanks so much! (I’m not supposed to be awake- it’s 6:10am in India, and I’ve still go to go to school… but I came out for a drink of water… and, well, I got tempted!) But thanks so, so, so much! And… I’m so sorry, but may I please ask for another favour? If you do know any other people who are interested in the sciences, then please send this link to them-https://juniorblogs.science.blog
        Thank you SO much, again!

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