What If Two Black Holes Collide?

What if a black hole approaches a black hole? A black hole collision will cause damage. Supermassive black holes are one of the craziest space discoveries ever made. A black hole collision can cause more damage than ever before. Astronomy sometimes baffles scientists. This video is one of those. A supermassive black hole collision could cause damage we’ve never imagined before.


There is a lot of exciting things going on in the stars above us that make astronomy so much enjoyable. The truth is deep space is a constantly changing, moving, some would say “living” thing since you simply never ever know what you are going to see on any provided night of stargazing.

However, of the many celestial phenomenons, there is most likely none as exciting as that time you see your first asteroid on the move in the heavens. To call asteroids the “rock stars” of astronomy is at the same time a bad joke however an accurate representation of how astronomy fans see them. Unlike suns, planets, and moons, asteroids are on the move, ever-changing and, if they appear in the night sky, amazing and dynamic.

Like rock stars, asteroids have been offered their reasonable share of urban myth and tradition. Many have associated the extinction of the dinosaurs with the impact of a huge asteroid on the earth. This theory has some trustworthiness and, if it is true, it stimulates some quite stunning images and foreboding worries in the current reining types on earth, mankind.

The truth that asteroids are fast-moving space particles just makes their movement and activity more intriguing and exciting. Unlike a moon, world, or star, the chances that an asteroid could hit the earth are entirely affordable and in fact, there are lots of recorded cases of small asteroids making it through our atmosphere and leaving some pretty excellent craters on the earth’s surface.

The concept has actually spawned numerous science fiction story including the idea that alien life forms might ride asteroids to our world and begin a “war of the worlds” circumstance. By far, the most talked-about idea that has actually captured the imagination and the fears of science fiction fans and the general public is of another asteroid striking the earth that could wipe out life as apparently taken place to the dinosaurs.

However most likely the very best way to calm our fears and change sci-fi with science is with understanding and knowledge. The truth is, there has been a great deal of research study of asteroid activity and the severe clinical neighborhood has acquired a considerable understanding of these remarkable heavenly bodies. A variety of probes to asteroids have actually been performed which have actually offered us a wealth of information about their structure and how we might predict their habits.

We now know that most of the asteroids we get to witness originated from an asteroid belt that exists in between Mars and Jupiter. It is from this community of asteroids that a lot of the notable asteroids emerged. Researchers have gotten substantial knowledge about the structure of asteroids and separated them into classes consisting of class S which comes from the part of the belt that is closest to Mars, classes C, D, and V which are classified by composition, and a class called “Centaurs” whose flight patterns take them closer to Jupiter and Uranus.

A few of the probes NASA has carried out on near flying asteroids have performed some pretty remarkable research studies of these eccentric celestial bodies. In 1994 the Galileo probe got within 1000 miles of the asteroid Ida and found that Ida actually had its own moon.

Other probes have fired impactors into asteroids and even landed on an asteroid to produce some remarkable clinical information for us. There is much to discover asteroids in our love of astronomy and that knowledge only makes our enjoyment of seeing them in the cosmos much more exciting.

Of the numerous celestial phenomenons, there is probably none as exciting as that time you see your very first asteroid on the move in the heavens. To call asteroids the “rock stars” of astronomy is all at once a bad joke however a precise representation of how astronomy fans view them. We now understand that the majority of asteroids we get to witness come from an asteroid belt that exists in between Mars and Jupiter. It is from this community of asteroids that many of the notable asteroids emerged.

Jason Smith

I am a former Marine who works as a Software Engineer. I have five US States left to visit. My sarcasm is legendary as is my knowledge of movie quotes. I can name the song or artist of just about any 80s or 90s song. I like whiskey, wine, coffee, soaking in hot springs or my hot tub. I enjoy getting out hiking, and taking pictures, along with metal detecting & magnet fishing from time to time. I do enjoy the occasional gaming by breaking out the original NES or SNES. I do spend a lot of time building other websites, (about 30 some in total).

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