A monster black hole swallows a neutron star larger than Sun.

a monster black hole swallows a neutron star larger than sun.

On last Wednesday, scientist spotted a cataclysmic ripple in an event which caused the black hole swallowing a dense neutron star. The event was noticed by the gravitational-wave detectors in the US and Italy, which happened 8,550 million trillion kilometers far from the earth. Virgo and LIGO detectors detected waves in space and time, that is supposed to be a black hole consuming a neutron star. This ferocious event is believed to have occurred around 900 million years ago. A video showcased illustration of black hole eating a star which describes the masses of the two objects are still exactly determined. Gravitational waves defined as the turbulences in the arc of spacetime which are supposed to be created by an accelerating object.

A neutron star is known to be the collapsed core of the massive star, basically made up from melting of electrons and protons into each other to form neutrons. These compact stars have massed around 1.4 times that of Sun. A leader of General Relativity Theory Susan Scott said, around 900 million years ago same black hole consumed a very dense neutron star suddenly. Scott is also the leader of the Data Analysis Group from Australian National University. The ANU Skymapper Telescope replied to an alert of detection and scanned the whole region where the event happened but not found any photographic confirmation.

The chief investigator at the ARC center of Excellence said that we always believed that there should be a binary system in space between a neutron star and black hole circling each other. However, if this event is confirmed, this will be the first proof that such systems do exist and some out of them swirling closer and closer and finally smashing together. Also the population size of these systems in universe can be estimated and can be studied how they get together at first. Recently the scientist in NASA discovered an exclusive bright light grinning from a massive black hole.