This Galaxy Changed Its Path And Now Its Supermassive Black Hole Is Pointing Towards Earth

This Galaxy Changed Its Path And Now Its Supermassive Black Hole Is Pointing Towards Earth
This Galaxy Changed Its Path And Now Its Supermassive Black Hole Is Pointing Towards Earth

In this article, we will explore the galaxy that changed its path and then we will discuss how a black hole can change its trajectory.

A hypothetical event, where a supermassive black hole in the Milky Way helps to save Earth from a deadly collision by redirecting it’s trajectory.

A supermassive black hole is a region of space with a mass that is so concentrated that its gravitational field becomes strong enough to bend light around it. The black hole is one in the center of every galaxy containing at least 10 billion solar masses, and it has been theorized that they are the cause of galactic formation.

Do you have any idea how dangerous this could be? Well, we don’t have to worry because someone has already planned for this and an astronomer has created a tool that will help us locate the approaching supermassive black hole before it gets too close!

This Galaxy Changed Its Path And Now Its Supermassive Black Hole Is Pointing Towards Earth

Black holes will ‘suck’ all life on Earth in seconds!

A supermassive black hole is much larger than a milky way black hole. Its event horizon is so huge that it can suck up a whole solar system and everything inside of it into the dark abyss.

There are two types of black holes – milky way and supermassive black holes. Milky way black holes have the strongest gravitational pull – they can entangle two stars together! A Milky Way Black Hole is about 8,000 light years across, while the largest Supermassive Black Hole in our Milky Way Galaxy is at least 26,000 light years in diameter! How will you feel when your house gets sucked into a supermassive black hole?

The strength of gravity varies depending on mass/size. A bigger black hole has more gravitational power because the event horizon is bigger and because the mass of its content becomes smaller. So if there’s a 10-meter steel beam near you, then you won’t feel any difference while falling towards a 100-meter steel beam ten meters

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