The last time a distant radio galaxy recorded in 1999. Radio galaxies are extremely rare in the Universe is a giant galaxy with a supermassive black hole in the center, which actively absorb the gas and dust from the surrounding space, writes the Chronicle.info with reference to Politeka
This activity runs high-energy rays that can accelerate charged particles to almost the speed of light. And such flows are easily fixed on the airwaves. The fact that such galaxies exist, surprised astronomers. Their discovery is extremely important for our understanding of how to form and evolyutsioniruet galaxy. The study of such objects can also shed light on the formation of black holes that led to the formation and growth of galaxies.radioglaciology the opening is made using the Giant meter radio telescope in India, which initially identified the radio galaxy. The distance was then determined by measurement of the red shift. Judging by recent, scientists have recorded the galaxy in the same condition in which it was 12 billion years ago.
Measurement of red shift told astronomers about the distance at which the galaxy. The farther away galaxies are, the faster they move away from us, but because the light from them seems to be more red because of the Doppler shift. Accordingly, the faster it moves away from us a galaxy is, the greater is the red shift.
The last time a distant radio galaxy recorded in 1999. Its redshift of 5.19 anyway, the new galaxy it is equal to 5,72.radiogalaxies 20 light years from Earth scientists have discovered a planet-of a nomad, she wanders through the Galaxy and has a very strong magnetic field.
Extremely large telescope the Very Large Array, and caught a strong wave on the planet. The dimensions of this space object exceeds the size of Jupiter is 12 times. Now familiar to us earlier gas giant – not much of a celestial body in the Solar system. Data on the nature and composition of an object SIMP J01365663 + 0933473 scientists have yet to figure out. While on the planet we only know that it is older than 200 million years, and the surface temperature is equal to 825 degrees Celsius.