Way from the milky way to the spoon?

1988/08/01 Elhuyar Zientzia Iturria: Elhuyar aldizkaria

Mitchell C. Researcher Begelman has published on the evolution of galaxies, and according to most studies, galaxies have black holes and in their nuclei can form cuasars.

The Milk Way, our galaxy, has a black hole in its center that can one day become a knife, source of X-rays and other radiation. Mitchell C of the University of Colorado. Begelman has made it public. Most research focusing on the evolution of galaxies shows black holes in which cuasars can form.

If the Milk Path became a quasi, the amount of X-rays produced by the nucleus of our galaxy would be ten times greater than that produced by the Sun. Therefore, changes would occur in the interstellar medium (such as hot gas mists) and in turn new stars would appear.

However, the current black hole of the Milk Way is too small to produce many x-rays. So we can be calm.