Stunning images of galaxies reveal how black holes devour stars – BBC News

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Astronomers have captured some of the most detailed images ever seen of galaxies in deep space.

The pictures reveal their inner workings in unprecedented detail, and show the role of black holes in creating, and destroying, stars and planets.

Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting by science correspondent Pallab Ghosh.

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Date: September 12, 2021

44 thoughts on “Stunning images of galaxies reveal how black holes devour stars – BBC News

  1. its super clear that we live in a electric universe the plasma cosmology model is correct it can explain wverything we see without having to make up crap black holes are plasmoids from birkland currents alll the images of the universe are showing the filaments {electrical plasmas} and they are twisting like birkland currents would stars are electric red shitft is age not distance

  2. To travel from one side of the Universe to the other it would take 93 Billion years travelling at the speed of light or 670,616,629 miles per hour.

  3. Ha! Did you see that milky way? It's FLAT, like a disc. And this is what the earth looks like too. Don't believe what the BBC tells you guys, I've seen with my own eyes the earth is100% FLAT

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  5. What a crock of Hocus Pocus CGI. These are digitised images and not real life photos. They haven't a clue what they are looking at. They are overlaying the make–believe image with a fancy narrative that correlates with a indoctrinated theory. Theory is not fact. Computer generated images are not photos.

  6. It's funny how they can capture such detailed images and see billions of km's away in High Definition – yet this video is still only 720p … c'mon BBC

  7. That material being sent out into inter-galactic space is not actually a good thing because it is all being lost from the galaxy and resulting in less material to form new stars.

  8. In my years of learning I have observed and experienced the exponential growth of the Computer manufactured 'images', I have 40 years computer experience that my generation built, I am now 68 yoa.
    Pictures enhanced by spectroscopy giving an 'impression' of a realistic existence of what does not exist, they are lights in the dark. Employment of a collective looking at photographs of nothing. Lights on a exposure plate much the same as the eclipse photographs from the very early 20th century. The only difference is technology and money, nice work if you can get it.
    P.S. we are alone.
    Tom O'Rourke…1953…?
    Love always

  9. So a black hole sucks everything in and not even light can escape, but now it's spewing things out, not being funny but I swear these scientists just make stuff up, your just saying what it looks like you don't know anything really!? Be honest

  10. What if i told you black holes do not exist please research News from the Electric Universe and Thunderbolts project and See the Pattern. They all unequivocally prove beyond any reasonable doubt that black holes dark matter/energy is all nonsense in fact the whole big bang theory needs to be tossed in the gar bage

  11. We and more specifically these astronomers are time traveling historians! All these images are depending on the distance between Earth and them are from millions, billions, or trillions of years ago as the light from them has just reached us from so far long ago!

  12. We need to understand how to treat another human being of any colour or race before heading to the stars I think.
    Well done but it’s still early days with space tech…Pls let’s get the beautiful plant Earth sorted out first…

  13. Clive Myrie will rott for eternity as he devours the bodeez ov minorz whilst continuing to regurgete cuntinuous bildgge

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