might have originated fewer than one billion years later when the Big Bang

# Might have originated fewer than one billion years

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might have originated fewer than one billion years later when the Big Bang occurred ( The Hubble Deep Field). Looking at the first and second images, it’s an interesting aspect that the Universe contains
5 hundreds upon thousands of galaxies. Who knows what existence out there besides galaxies. There are many mysterious things emerging within the Universe. Here are figures or rather a diagram of a black hole sucking in a star. This image illustrates how a black hole’s gravitational energy separately tears a star. This is alleged to be the source of a powerful ray of X- rays, and gamma rays which is pointed in the direction of Earth ( Black hole eats star). In my part, I have always been interested by black holes. It most impressing that their invisible, yet can be visible. In theory, most of the black holes were assumed to be existing once a galaxy was developed, and perhaps sponsored in the galaxy's foundation. If so, black holes could have essential role in the origination of environments in the “universe that are necessary for life” ( Black Hole Exhibition).
5 References Dark Matter and Baryons in the X-Ray Luminous Merging Galaxy Cluster RX J1347.5â �� 1145 - IOPscience. Retrieved from 3AB3B8E22CA.ip-10-40-1-105 [email protected] . A CLASH of galaxies. Retrieved from [email protected] . Black hole eats star. Retrieved from [email protected] . The Hubble Deep Field. Retrieved from What are we trying to find out? - Black Hole Exhibition. Retrieved from - bh.cfa.harvard.edu/LM_black_hole_primer/b_h_p_find_out.aspx
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