A giant camera based on a large 8.2m Subaru telescope in Hawaii has been found in evidence of huge black holes in ancient form. Astronomers have had 83 quasars powered by large black holes from billions of years ago, in the first 1
Scientists became surprised that black holes were so common in the early days of the universe. “It is wonderful that huge things were able to create them as soon as the Big Bang,” said Michael Strauss, professor of pre-physics sciences at Princeton University and one of the study co-authors, in a statement. “A challenge for our cosmetic models is to understand how black holes in the universe are, and how popular they are. from Earth. As it takes time to travel this vast area, it is likely that these distant caves would be looked at over 13 billion years. The Big Bang happened 13.8 billion years ago, so these views show the world at first.
To see cubes at this distance, a powerful large telescope was required. The Subaru Telescope is equipped with an instrument called the Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) which has a massive view of 1.77 degrees across, which is seven times the length of the whole moon. For reference, the Hubble Telescope has a viewpoint of just 0.04 degrees, which means that many separate images must be sewn together to create the beautiful pictures we all like.
Using the HSC, the researchers were able to confirm that there was an excellent black hole against the community between the 83 newly discovered quasars and the 17 already acquired. in the survey region. cubic light giga year. This means that if you cut up the globe into cubes of light years on each side, then you would expect you to get an excellent black hole against the chunks. We hope that the first excellent black hole is found in our universe.