This was the same hole that had its first ever image taken from among black holes, published in 2019, and it was depicted as a fiery ring of gas around a dark central area..
The image was also obtained through a network of eight high-altitude telescopes around the world, as part of a project called Event Horizon Telescope (EHT).
Researchers analyzed EHT Previously unpublished data from Notes M87 Between 2009 and 2013, they say the bright orange ring around the central black void has rotated dramatically over the past ten years of observation..
While the ring is always present and the diameter of the ring is constant over time, the brightest part is seen to change its direction and brightness distribution.
“In 2019, we saw the shadow of a black hole for the first time, but we only saw images that were observed during a one-week window, which is too short to see many changes,” said study researcher Masick Welgoss of Harvard University.“.
The researcher added, “But now from observations, since the flow of falling matter into the black hole is turbulent, we can see that the ring oscillates over time.”“.
Black holes are inherently invisible, as light cannot escape from them due to their intense gravity. However, extremely hot material orbiting the ocean reveals the black hole itself..