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A black hole tears apart a star to pieces
Rare phenomenon captured by NASA telescope - VIDEO
NASA has captured, through its "TESS" (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) telescope, images of a supermassive black hole that breaks up a star the size of our Sun in the center of a galaxy called 2MASX J07001137-6602251, located at about 375 millions of light years away in the constellation of Volans. This is a rather rare phenomenon that can occur every 100,000 years called the "Tidal Disruption...
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