photo of black hole 2019
This image was snapped by NASA’s Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope (Fermi) on September 6, 2019 during the passage of a black hole. The image was taken a few days before the black hole was named a true black hole.
To get an idea of what’s involved in Fermi’s new black hole selfie, take a look at the next image. This is a photo of the black hole’s shadow as it passes through the Milky Way.
Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope Fermi is the world’s most sensitive gamma ray observatory. The observatory was launched in 2008 and is the most powerful of its kind ever built. Its most powerful event occurred August 27, 2019 when the Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope got a signal from the black hole named the Fermi Large Area Telescope.
The Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope is located in Arizona, USA. It is a 100ft long telescope that is on the International Space Station. The Fermi Gamma-Ray Observatory is a project of NASA, the European Space Agency, the IAU, and the Italian Space Agency. The telescope was named after the Italian physicist Enrico Fermi who discovered the process in 1923 that produces gamma ray bursts.
At 27, 2019 is the year Fermi started his famous Gamma-Ray Burst experiment. The Gamma-Ray Burst was discovered in the year 2000 by the Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope. Gamma Ray bursts are flashes of high energy light that are believed to originate from very energetic explosions of stars. Although the exact mechanism behind these bursts is unknown, there are a number of theories floating around which claim that gamma ray bursts are caused by a violent collapse of a massive star.
According to this theory, gamma ray bursts are caused by a star collapsing under its own gravity, and emitting a burst of radiation. It has been theorized that gamma ray bursts originate from a star that is extremely dense, but has a low enough surface gravity to allow the star’s gravitational field to collapse on itself. As the star collapses, it emits gamma ray bursts, which when detected, can provide a direct measurement of the star’s density.
The star in this image is the giant black hole, found by some astronomers as the result of the collapse of a giant star. Its size is 10,400 miles. Its diameter is 6,000 miles.
As we see in this image, gamma ray bursts are a very rare thing. They last less than a second, and can be detected only in the afterglow of a supernova. The reason they are so rare is that they are triggered by extremely dense stellar cores which are formed when stars die. They emit gamma rays (particles of light, but ones that travel very fast), and when they are detected, they imply the existence of a star that is very dense and that is collapsing.
This is an image taken from the NASA website, showing the supernova that created this image.
This is an image that was taken by a telescope.