Strange source of air emits gravitational waves in the universe

A strange source that emits gravitational waves in the universe receives the attention of the scientific community.

A strange source emitted in the universe received the attention of the scientific world.

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Binary X-ray wave source symbiosis GX 1 + 4. (Image source: Phys).

Dr. Jakob van den Eijnden of the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, used the VLA observatory in New Mexico to investigate the universe and suddenly discovered symbiotic X-ray binary sources with the scientific name GX 1 + 4 about 14,000 light-years away from Earth.

It is called a symbiotic X-ray wave source symbiosis because it is a new wave source that uses symbiotic absorption energy from two objects near it, a giant and red giant M.

Integrating energy from these two objects, the GX 1 + 4 source continues to build its own type of operation including emitting gravitational waves moving at 9.0 GHz with a flux density of about 105, 3 yJy, constantly creating charged collisions with magnetosphere, the magnetic field intensity can reach over 1, 000 billion G.

Currently, the scientific world has not yet determined how strange this source of activity is, but it is widely believed that it is a new type of evolution in the modern universe.