A Supermassive Black Hole Is Heading Earth’s Way at 110 Km per Second

There is a huge black hole with a millions number of times more mass than our sun is plunging towards Earth and will one day obliterate life as we probably know it. This specific black hole is coming towards us at 110 kilometers for each second and is at the middle of the Great Andromeda Galaxy – the Milky Way's nearest and a lot bigger neighbor.

At the middle of the most known galaxies, there exist a supermassive black hole which stars turn around and helps keep everything in formation. In any case, such is the incredible gravitational pull of the Milky Way and Andromeda that they are being drawn toward one another and will one day crash.

Fraser Cain, publisher of space website Universe Today, wrote for Phys.org

"There's a black hole at the middle of the Milky Way. And not just any black hole, it's a supermassive black hole with more than 4.1 multiple times the mass of the Sun. It's directly over there, toward the Sagittarius constellation. Located only 26,000 light-years away. Also, right now, it's tearing separated whole stars and star frameworks, once in a while devouring them, adding to its mass like an insatiable shark." 

Because of the size of Andromeda however, there is just going to be one winner when it crushes into the Milky Way. In any case, as Andromeda is 2.5 million light years away, it will assume control four billion years to reach us, so we are safe for now.

Mr Cain said:
“Panic will happen when the Milky Way crashes into Andromeda in around 4 billion years. All of a sudden, you'll have two entire clouds of stars associating in a wide range of ways, similar to a shaky blended family. Stars that would have been sheltered will careen past different stars and be deflected down into the maw of both of the two supermassive black hole available. Andromeda's black hole could be 100 million times the mass of the Sun, so it's a greater target for stars with a death desire."


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