The furthest distance quasar ever that hides an incredibly sized supermassive black hole is found



In a groundbreaking discovery, the scientists found a quasar at the furthest distance ever (more than 13 billion years), and it is hiding an incredibly sized super black hole.

In a groundbreaking discovery, the scientists found a quasar at the furthest distance ever (more than 13 billion years), and it is hiding an incredibly sized super black hole.

The furthest distance quasar ever that hides an incredibly sized supermassive black hole is found

The furthest distance quasar ever that hides an incredibly sized supermassive black hole / ph: NOIR Lab

Quasars are luminous objects located at the centers of galaxies.  They are the farthest known astronomical objects, and play a key role in allowing people to learn about the early universe, according to a report on January 13.

Researchers of the University of Arizona (USA) have found the most distant quasar ever, and named it J0313-1806.  It appeared about 670 million years after the Big Bang, when the newborn universe was only 5% of its current age.

While J0313-1806 is only 20 million light-years larger than the previous record-keeping standard ULAS J1342 + 0928, the supermassive black hole behind it is twice as massive.

Specifically, the quasar emits 1,000 times brighter light than the entire Milky Way, and it is powered by a super black hole 1.6 billion times more massive than our sun.

According to a ready-to-announce report published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters, the University of Arizona team of experts says this is the oldest evidence of how a super black hole is impacting the surrounding galaxy.

Based on closer galaxies, researchers know how super black holes work, but they've never seen this happen so soon in space, says Feige Wang.

According to the widely accepted theory by scientists, supermassive black holes devour gigantic masses of matter, such as gas or stars, to form surrounding disc rings, and quasars are created.

The furthest distance quasar ever that hides an incredibly sized supermassive black hole is found

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