|Black Hole in Center of Galaxy|
NULT New Ultra Large 945-inch Dia Telescope
Universe Penetrator Image
Courtesy Big Brain and NASA
Image shows a Black Hole sucking in matter and emitting radiation. Many objects are in the forefront of the Black Hole, either in the process of being sucked in or blocking the line of sight image. It is believed many galaxies rotate around a gravitational black hole at the center. For this image, the Big Brain is using the Universe Penetrator and the NULT New Ultra Large Telescope of 945-inches in diameter. The location in space is at ra: 0h 42.7m dec: +41° 16' inside. NGC 244 is a spiral galaxy (type Sb with two arms) at around 2.52 ± 0.14 million light-years (LY) from the Solar System (Ribas et al, 2005). It can be found in (0:40:27+40:40:12, J2000; and 0:42:44.3+41:16:9.4, ICRS 2000) It is located northwest of Mu and Beta Andromedae (Mirach); west of Nu Andromedae; northeast of Theta and Sigma Andromedae; north of Pi, Delta, and Epsilon Andromedae; and south of Theta and Omega Cassiopeiae. The hole is 2 million light-years from the Earth but the galaxy is enormous with a diameter of 200,000 light-years.