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Telescope of Kazan University Captured Light Variation of Black Hole
13.08.2016 12:27
Telescope of Kazan University Captured Light Variation of Black Hole

The phenomenon was observed at the distance of 9 billion light years away from the Earth.

      The new Telescope MMT set by the Kazan Federal University in the Astrophysical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Karachay-Cherkessia has become the first ever device to capture a light curve whilst the birth of a black hole.

      This was reported to TASS by the head of the University's press center Kamil Gareyev.

      "The MMT Telescope  is intended for research of high-speed rocesses therefore the so-called light curve - change of an object's luminescence in time - has been measured" - he explained.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Astronomy Black Holes    

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