#BlackHoleFriday

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When you go to Tesco at 6pm and walk past all the reduced stuff in the bakery! Raisin, cranberry and cashew loaf, cheddar and chutney cob with pepperoni, cheddar, turkey and stuffing and mango and ginger wendsleydale, delicious #notsoslimmingworld #offplanlunch #blackholefriday #slimmingworld #slimmingworlduk #slimmingworldfamily #loveslimmingworlduk

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“ Shopping for #BlackHoleFriday images? Hubble's got disks of debris fueling black holes, jets shooting from black holes near the speed of light, and shock collisions in black hole jets!

Credit: NASA/Hubble
#NASA #Hubble #space #science #astronomy #universe #telescope #cosmos #blackholes #blackfriday

איינשטיין. הגדול מכולם.
עוד הצצה לעוגה המשוגעת שאני מכינה
לכבוד יום העצמאות ה-70!
מזכירה שוב,
יזמתי תחרות עוגות ליום העצמאות בשיתוף עם מג'יק קולורס ועלמה.
ויש פרס שווה בטירוף!
כ ו ל ם מוזמנים להשתתף!
לא למעצבות עוגות בלבד 😎
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It’s #BlackFriday, but we don’t do much shopping in space. Instead, join us for our 5th annual #BlackHoleFriday where we’ll share awesome images and facts about black holes! A black hole is a place in space where gravity pulls so much that even light cannot get out.
The gravity is so strong because matter has been squeezed into a tiny space. Black holes are formed when giant stars explode at the end of their lifecycle. If the star has enough mass, it will collapse on itself down to a very small size. Because no light can get out, people cannot see black holes...they’re invisible! Space telescopes with special tools can help find black holes by seeing how stars that are very close to them act differently than other stars.
Credit: NASA
#nasa #space #blackfriday #blackholefriday #friday #blackhole #blackholes #light #star #explosion #mass #annual #facts

Devouring the crazy #BlackFriday deals? This supermassive black hole is devouring a glowing stream of material from a star! Supermassive black holes, with their immense gravitational pull, are notoriously good at clearing out their immediate surroundings by eating nearby objects. When a star passes within a certain distance of a black hole, the stellar material gets stretched and compressed -- or “spaghettified” -- as the black hole swallows it.
A black hole destroying a star, an event called “stellar tidal disruption,” releases an enormous amount of energy, brightening the surroundings in an event called a flare. Thanks to our Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE), we now have new insights into these flares.
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
#nasa #space #blackhole #blackholefriday #friday #blackhole #blackholes #light #star #explosion #mass #annual #facts #wise #stellar #tidal #disruption

Do the #BlackFriday lines suck? We’re asking the same question about black holes...why do they suck...or do they?
There are many cultural myths concerning black holes. They have been portrayed as time-traveling tunnels to another dimension, or as cosmic vacuum cleaners sucking up everything in sight. Black holes are really just the evolutionary end points of massive stars. At a distance, black holes really don’t have more gravity than normal objects, so at a distance they really won’t suck things in any more than a normal object at the same mass.
Credit: NASA/Dana Berry/Sky Works Digital
#nasa #space #blackfriday #blackholefriday #friday #blackhole #blackholes #light #star #explosion #mass #annual #facts

What happens when two supermassive black holes collide? Until last year, we weren’t quite sure. Gravitational waves!
Gravitational waves are ripples in space-time originally predicted by Albert Einstein more than 100 years ago, but confirmed for the first time in 2016 by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO). To date, LIGO has made four detections of gravitational waves emanating from the mergers of black holes. Einstein pictured these waves as ripples in the fabric of space-time produced by massive, accelerating bodies, such as black holes orbiting each other.
Credit: SXS
#nasa #space #gravitationalwaves #gravity #spacetime #einstein #waves #ripples #blackfriday #blackholes #blackhole #blackholefriday #collide

We’re closing out our #BlackHoleFriday with a black hole that’s close to home, on a cosmic scale. At the center of our own Milky Way galaxy lies a supermassive black hole named Sagittarius A*. Located about 26,000 light years from Earth, this black hole contains around 4.5 million times the mass of our Sun!
Once a controversial claim, this astounding conclusion is now virtually inescapable and based on observations of stars orbiting very near the galactic center. Astronomers patiently followed the orbit of a particular star. Their results showed that the star was moving under the influence of the enormous gravity of an unseen object which must be extremely compact, and contain huge amounts of matter – a supermassive black hole.
This Chandra X-ray telescope image shows the X-ray light from a region of space a few light years across. The black hole is invisible, but is near the center of this image. The gas near the center produces X-ray light as it is heated. Many of the ‘stars’ in the field probably have much smaller black holes near them that are producing the X-ray light from the gas they are consuming.
Thanks for joining us for our 5th annual #BlackHoleFriday!
Credit: NASA/CXC/MIT/Frederick K. Baganoff et al.
#nasa #space #blackhole #chandra #galaxy #milkyway #sagittariusa #lightyears #observations #telescope #xray #blackfriday

You are interesting and foreign. You are wonderus and unknown. Everybody projects onto you what they’re looking for, which is easy to do since you are a reflection of a distant part of them.
You are the void, the infinite darkness.
You are a black hole in space, dressed up as a human on earth.
No one understands how you work but everyone is curious to what you'll do.
- A✨🖤🕳🌌

The Black Hole. I spent hours today staring at a box. It almost sucked in my soul. #dailycartoon #imacpro #screeneyes #blackholefriday #designbrain #suckedin

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