The black hole at the center of V404 Cygni. According to the experts, it is what is causing the unusual wobble of the object. Albert Einstein and his general theory of relativity foresaw the phenomena known as “frame-dragging.”
Gravitational forces grow so strong in the center of V404. Here the accretion disc is believed to be 6.2 million broad, that they drag spacetime with them. Careening plasma jets are considerably more noticeable coming from a black hole‘s unstable core when it consumes a lot of matter, like V404 did while being observed in 2015.
You may compare it to a spinning top’s wobble when it slows down. But in this instance, the wobble is brought on by Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity, according to Miller-Jones.
The scientific team was even more taken aback by V404’s tremendous activity, which included jet expulsion occurring at previously unheard-of speeds. Long exposures that radio telescopes often utilize to record these phenomena were therefore worthless.
Co-author Alex Tetarenko, an East Asian Observatory Fellow based in Hawaii, explained that radio telescopes often only create a single image after several hours of observation. But these aircraft were changing so quickly that all we could make out in a four-hour shot was a blur.
Instead, the group took 103 separate pictures with exposure times of roughly 70 seconds and combined them into a video. The video down below includes that footage as well as an animation of the V404.
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