According to recent reports, an international scientific team from the US managed to detect the most prominent black hole collision. The scientist made the discovery through the ripple which was sent in space to do the research.
From the research reports, the scientists managed to detect ripple waves which are gravitational waves. According to records, these ripple waves were initially discovered a century ago by Albert Einstein. However, at the moment, ANU (Australian national university) have observed and seen the collision of two black holes.
Following the collision of the two black holes, the research team has confirmed that after this two black hole collided, it ended up creating a new and large black hole. According to the researchers, the collision formed a black hole. This black hole estimated to be 80 times bigger than the sun.
Through the advanced laser interferometer gravitational wave observatory, the ANU team worked side inside together with other academic research institution. The observatory is currently located in the US.
Susan Scott, ANU professor in a statement, said that the team was able to discover a total of four collisions through data capture and more so re-analyzing of the data obtained from space. These collisions were observed after the advanced LIGO was tested and observed immediately after the spaceships were sent to gather enough information about the crash which occurred between the black holes.
Concerning the collision, reports have indicated that nine million years from earth, there existed a collision which was merged by the binary system on July 29, 2017. In addition to this discovery, she added that apart from the collision of the black holes, the scientists were also able to see the black hole spinning at high speed thereby emitting the waves.
In their report, the scientist managed to do all computer calculation needed and more so the magnitude of the collision. In addition to this, the records showed that these waves are as a result of the fast-spinning black hole which together merged would form or rather trigger.