and picked up telescopes Unexpected lights, smaller, delayed flashes of different colors than the observed bright glows.
And, according to the British newspaper, “The Guardian”, this discovery confirms Albert’s theory Einstein In general relativity, the gravitational pull of black holes bends light rays around themselves, giving scientists their first glimpse of what lies behind them.
Commenting on the discovery, space scientist and co-author of the research published in the scientific journal Nature, Roger Blandford, said: “Fifty years ago, when astrophysicists began to speculate on how the magnetic field would behave near black holes, they had no idea that one day One day we may have techniques to directly observe this and see Einstein’s general theory of relativity in action.”
“Any light that enters this black hole does not go out, so we shouldn’t be able to see anything behind it,” said Dan Wilkins, an astrophysicist at Stanford University.
Wilkins added: “We were able to see the light due to its curvature and modulation magnetic fields It turned itself, so that we could spot it behind the black hole.”