Black hole is the second largest explosion in history
Astronomers claim that black holes are the second largest cosmic explosion since the Big Bang.
NASA experts say a black hole in the Milky Way, 39 million years from Earth, caused a massive explosion on Thursday.
Experts say the explosion was so strong that it could hold 15 galaxies as comfortably as we do.
“The explosion is so big that it could hold 15 galaxies in hot bubbles like ours,” said Simona Giakuntiki, an expert at the New Research Laboratory in the U.S. Capital.
He said it was five times the record of a space explosion so far
Astronomers used NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory to observe the explosion, and also used the European Space Observatory and other telescopes.
According to scientists, the explosion was caused by a black hole in the center of the constellation Ophiuchus with tens of millions of galaxies.
Astronomers say that black holes not only attract matter itself, but also eject matter and energy in the form of jets.
Experts say the first signs of the explosion were discovered four years ago. Scientists said that after the explosion, the black hole was muted again because the black hole no longer emitted.