Wednesday, 25 December 2019

Journey to the Black Hole and Space Exploration Facts

In this article there is a Journey to the Black Hole and Space Exploration Facts.Today I am setting off on a journey toward the nearest black hole


Journey to the Black Hole

Journey to the Black Hole
Journey to the Black Hole

Today I am setting off on a journey toward the nearest black hole  ,Yep, risky and brave So, make yourself comfortable and come travel through space with me. ok, so, let me introduce my spaceship: the name of this super-fast beauty is the ‘Black hole Explorer’ and people won’t create anything of the kind for the next several decades. How did I get a hold of it? Well, I have my ways .The thing is that space distances are seriously long.

The Largest Distance

That is the explanation going there would take far extra time than you'd want to spend all over the place For example, Voyager 1, a space probe launched in 1977, was traveling out of the Solar System at a speed of 40,000 miles per hour. If my spacecraft moved at the same speed, it would take me a whole 77,000 years to get to the nearest star I mean, really?  would also take me more than a billion years to cross the Milky Way galaxy but luckily, the Black hole Explorer is much faster than that.
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My Black Hole Explorer Ship

And now, let the journey begin Here we go…..3,2,1, blast off Wow, the Earth is growing smaller and smaller by the second It seems like no time has passed, but the spacecraft is already 200 miles above the surface of our planet. Since its daytime, I can clearly see the Great Lakes shining in the sun and oh boy, I’ve just spotted something moving to the left of my ship Could it be Right Its the International Space Station.

The International Space Station
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The International space station

Did you know that the station is the most expensive single object in the world no wonder, with a price tag of $100 billion This money would buy you 250 Boeing 747s or two Louvres with all the paintings and art work inside From my spacecraft, the ISS looks pretty big, but I shouldn’t be surprised, since the length of the station is over 350 feet, which is more than the length of a football field. But I don’t have time to linger, a black hole is calling for me.

Many Satellites
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Satellites

Now, I am about 1,300 miles over the surface of the planet, and I start to spot satellites here and there I’ve read that among satellites, there are low and high flyers and while the lowest flying ones move approximately 1,250 miles away from Earth (which is the length of 4 and a half Grand Canyons), the highest reach 22,000 miles into space (which almost equals the Earths circumference, measuring about 25,000 miles).By the way, few people know that satellites travel at a blinding speed, from 7,000 to18,000 miles per hour Also, the higher a satellite is, the slower it moves, relatively speaking. For example, the weather-tracking GOES system of satellites orbits Earth once a day at a distance of 22,000 miles above your head and reaches a maximum speed of 7,000 miles per hour. Meanwhile, the ISS, in low earth orbit, zooms at over 17,000 miles per hour. Well, the satellites are being left behind.

Moons and Planets
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The Moon

spacecraft is already taking Liam and me up toward the Moon, about 240,000 miles away from Earth. That’s the same distance you would go if you went around our planet ten times in a row From here, Earth looks like a small, bright blue ball hanging in the middle of now here And you know what else From my spacecraft, I can clearly see that the Moon isn’t a perfect sphere Its shaped more like... hmm... yeah, like an egg, were heading somewhere even further I see Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Neptune passing by in all their glory And look, there’s Pluto, who used to be a planet but was later demoted from here, Earth looks like a small star that’s getting fainter and fainter.
I am moving further away but wait, what’s that Some object is approaching me at a high speed, could it TESLA?!Whoa That was close - the thing just avoided a collision at the last moment, and everything happened too fast to see it clearly.

After the Solar System

Now, I am already really, really far from Earth, like 100 astronomical units away. The thing is that space distances are so vast, you can’t even calculate them in miles. That’s why scientists use the term astronomic which equals 93 million miles – the distance from the sun to Earth That means I am 9.3 billion miles away from our planet .
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After the Solar System

But w-w-whats happening? Why is my spaceship shaking and rocking so much? ,Ah, I see Were entering the termination shock, the place where solar winds coming from the Sun travel at a speed of 250 miles per second and collide with the material that makes up to the galaxys  background. There We made it through unscathed, but there’s another trial ahead - the Oort Cloud. That means two things:
First - were on the outskirts of the Solar System; and second- well have to get through a cloud of icy objects orbiting the Sun at a distance of a 100,000 astronomic units In other words, its 1.87 light-years away from our star.

Near The Black Hole

And voila! - were heading out of the Solar System just one-tenth of a light-year later by the way, if you were trying to reach this point by car, the trip would take you more than 19 million years and even if you piloted one of the fastest spacecraft that exist nowadays, NASA's New Horizons, you would still need 37,000 years to complete the journey. Alright, we’ve left the borders of the Solar System, and now, I am sitting in my spaceship cabin, watching comets and asteroids pass by. Time to think about my destination. In the focal point of basically every world, there's a supermassive dark gap.
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The Black Hole

For example, one is sitting right at the heart of our Milky Way galaxy, about 27,000 light-years away from Earth. But even my ship wouldn’t be able to get that far before my 100th birthday. That’s why my destination is the stellar black hole, nearest to Earth and much smaller in size, but no less mysterious Its V616 Monocerotis (aka V616 Mon), located 3,000 light-years away, and weighing the same as about 9 to 13 of our Suns.

A dark opening is a scary spot where those laws of material science we learned at school quit working. If a massive star runs out of its star fuel, it becomes super-dense and buckles under its own weight, collapsing inward and bringing space-time along .As a result, the gravitational field of this new thing gets so strong that nothing can escape it, not even light Right now, were approaching the black hole, and very soon, I’ll send my 'Robo Friend"( robot companion With man-made consciousness) to investigate it from within.
I won’t go further than the horizon, aka the point of no return, and you can probably guess why, right Once an object crosses this invisible line, it can’t turn back, even if it’s changed its mind.
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Artificial Intelligence Robo Friend

Anyway, Robo Friend is ready to start his journey. There he goes, bravely plunging toward the black hole while I am recording everything that’s happening to him. He’s accelerating; it looks like he’s contorting and stretching, as if I am looking through a huge magnifying glass. Interestingly, the closer to the horizon he is, the more slowly he seems to move. He’s trying to send me encoded light messages, like we agreed to in advance, but the light waves stretch to redder and lower frequencies, , What’s happening? Robo Friend just froze, as if a gigantic finger has pressed a pause button, and now, some force is stretching him thinner and thinner ,Ah, I’ve read about this phenomenon - its the infamous spaghettification, which happens in a super-strong non-homogenous gravitational field The black holes gravity force is stronger at his feet than at his head  that’s why he’s getting stretched out like a piece of spaghetti .
Also, the sensors inform me that Robo Friend is getting hotter and hotter... and then….nothing. He just disappeared, and I cant see him anymore. But since I did my research before the trip, I know that my robo friend is in a state of free-fall now, and feels no more stretching, scalding radiation, or gravity. Unfortunately, the connection is lost, and he can’t tell me anything about the inside of the black hole Hmm, this is a moment I didn’t think through well enough. Anyway, I hope you’re Ok out there, my friend And I think I’ll head home to get ready for my next space trip What about you? Do you think I should go all the way and explore this black hole myself next time? Let me know down in the comments.

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