According to scientists, this may be the key to understanding how galaxies are formed. Photo: Pictorial Pixabay
Researchers from NASA and the Indian Space Agency (ISRO) have discovered a black hole that rotates at a speed that can space around you too.
According to scientists, this can be the key to understanding how galaxies are formed
The same researchers, published by the Business Insider website, indicate that this black hole is spinning at speed close to the limit set by Albert Einstein in his theory of relativity.
Currently, scientists have two ways to measure black holes, their mass or the speed at which they rotate. Thus, the speed at which they are found encompasses a range from 0 to 1.
The last located black hole rotates at speed 0.9 so, according to Einstein's theory, he is able to change the space-time that exists around it.