Indian scientists use indigenous telescope to witness star clashes turning into black hole ProIQRA News

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News Daily Digital Desk: The US space agency NASA, or any other European organization, is the first to succeed in space research. But the fact that Indian space research is not lagging behind, this time the evidence matched. The world’s astronauts were blessed with India’s fame. What is that achievement? Indian astronomers have visualized the birth of a black hole in their telescope. Cadmium-zinc telluride imagers (CZTI) made by them captured the birth chart. According to the Inter-University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics, India’s achievement furthered research into black holes.

Black holes are formed in space by the collision of giant stars. Huge yes-face dark hole, whose infinite attraction cannot escape light. As soon as the light wave passes through it, it swallows it. These black holes can also be formed from dead stars. This device first started working 6 and a half years ago. Dipankar Bhattacharya, a professor at Ashoka University, said, “It is a landmark achievement. Analyzing all the data from CZTI’s gamma ray and matching it will have a big impact on research. ” The Gamma Ray Burst project is led by Professor Varun Valerao.

[আরও পড়ুন: ‘ফেসবুকে সংগঠন করা যায় না, মানুষের সঙ্গে থাকতে হয়’, তৃণমূলে ফিরেই বিজেপিকে তোপ অর্জুনের]

In 2015, Indian astronomers began work on the Gama Ray Burst project. For six and a half years, the CZTI instrument has been staring at space. The goal is to visualize the birth of a black hole. When the stars collide and the magic is created, it is captured on the device. Not only that, this device is also capable of giving information about ultraviolet rays, radiation from X-rays. Gaurab, a PhD student associated with the project, says the work is very exciting. Every time we work with this information, it seems that a wave from a light-year distance is helping us to move forward. ”

[আরও পড়ুন: অর্জুনের ‘ঘর ওয়াপসি’, পদ্মশিবির ছেড়ে তৃণমূলে ফিরেই সোশ্যাল মিডিয়ায় পোস্ট নতুন ছবি]

A few days ago, the actual image of the black hole was presented at the event Horizon Telescope Sagittarius. This telescope also captured images of black holes in 2019. This time his birth was visualized by an instrument made in Indian technology.

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