Black hole could be hidden behind Neptune

(ORDO NEWS) — To date, the closest black hole to us is a thousand light-years away. This is a very impressive and therefore safe distance. However, according to scientists, black holes can be much closer to us: for example, beyond Neptune. It is believed that there is a small hole orbiting the sun.

Black holes are invisible objects. Their identification occurs only due to the nearby bodies that are affected. In this regard, scientists have several questions regarding the detection of the object. It seems that astronomers have found solutions, but only their implementation will take several years.

On the outskirts of the solar system there are many strange bodies: this is an object in the form of a snowman Arrokot, and the dwarf planet Goblin, and the object Farut located in a considerable distance.

There is also evidence of a massive ninth planet, which is almost 10 times larger than Earth. As evidence, scientists cite the stability of the orbit of objects surrounding the body and the deflection of the luminary.

It is believed that in reality the ninth planet may be a tiny black hole. It is worth noting that this is still speculation that astronomers intend to verify at all costs.

According to Harvard University theory, an object can be recognized only when a comet flies up to it. At the moment of tearing the body apart, an outbreak occurs, and it is possible to draw any conclusions from it.

Background accretion of gas from an interstellar medium into a black hole causes the decay of any small objects that fly up to the object. During the “melting” of bodies, tidal destruction of a black hole affects them, and then accretion occurs.

The devices on hand at scientists are not able to notice flashes. This can only be done using the new telescope, which is located in the observatory. Vera Rubin. Experts hope to open 40 thousand new bodies, and just new equipment will help them. The telescope will be put up at the highest point of El Pignon in Chile by 2023.


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