UFOs (unidentified flying objects) are identified as air bubbles that flatten inside galaxies.
Hot ionized gas flows from a supermassive black hole and smashes into the surroundings at a remarkable speed of light. This kind of unspecified ultrafast flow can explain the almost empty darkness that surrounds the center of many galaxies, astronomers said.
The image illustrates the beams of matter emitted from a supermassive black hole in the center of a galaxy.
Astronomers came up with this information when making new observations about the galaxy PG 1114 + 445 from the multi-mirror telescope of the European Space Agency. This is also the first time, researchers have been able to capture UFO images of other matter around the center of a galaxy.
Observations by scientists show that energy is transmitted from UFOs to other winds near the black hole, pushing that wind to amazing speeds. This is important because it can explain a long-standing mystery about the supermassive black holes: The bigger the black hole, the faster the star inside its host galaxy moves. Gravity cannot explain this relationship, but if larger black holes spew out more powerful currents will push gas at a higher speed, they can also wipe nearby stars and accelerate them to speed. higher level.
"UFO inside carries a huge amount of energy," said study author Roberto Serafinelli, an astronomer at the Brera Astronomical Observatory in Milan, Italy.