The Elusive Disk of the Black Hole

Black holes are enigmatic objects in the cosmos that are continuously examined by astronomers.

As viewed from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), in northern Chile, Scientists have discovered the accretion disk of the enormous Black hole positioned within the Milky Way.

Black holes are generally easy to distinguish within the cosmos with the formation of bright light as high-energy gases are sucked toward the accretion disk, but experts believe that Sagittarius A is “underfed” with sources that fuel gases.

Due to its unusual dimness, experts have failed to capture a proper snapshot of the widely suspected Black Hole, named Sagittarius A.

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