Fuck Yea. I'm excited to see this. did you knew? A gas cloud will get too eleet to the Black Hale in the center of our galaxy next year, and we' ll see it get r
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Fuck Yea

I'm excited to see this

did you knew?
A gas cloud will get too eleet to the Black Hale
in the center of our galaxy next year, and we' ll
see it get ripped apart.
tumber. eene
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#215 - deadmilk has deleted their comment [-]
#212 - EdwardNigma (05/17/2013) [-]
That poor gas cloud.

Who's going to tell his family? How is little Billy going to grow up without a father?
#211 - potatophucker (05/17/2013) [-]
A year?
One. Whole. Year?
User avatar #217 to #211 - breadbasket (05/17/2013) [-]
Well, it just says "next year."
Not necessarily 365 days.
#208 - anonymous (05/17/2013) [-]
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Too bad it's a ******* 30+ year process and we will barely notice it happening, if we notice it at all, lol.
#209 to #208 - octopusafrican (05/17/2013) [-]
Sorry, forgot to login,also, link: http://www.eso[.] o r g/public/videos/eso1151c/ for the simulation.
#203 - lifeiscrazyism (05/17/2013) [-]
space is so metal
#199 - PickleBall (05/17/2013) [-]
There will be a comet coming by in the summer that will probably light up the sky at night
#218 to #199 - CHODYTHEBLAKGUY (05/17/2013) [-]
Sozen's comet! the avatar must be prepared!
#198 - hammarhead (05/17/2013) [-]
****					 YEAH DESTRUCTION   
   
least it aint us
**** YEAH DESTRUCTION

least it aint us
#192 - Warzonebeta (05/17/2013) [-]
Space is so manly....
Space is so manly....
#184 - fingapopyabuttho (05/17/2013) [-]
no
#182 - onomatopenis (05/17/2013) [-]
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Urge to kill....Rising.
#177 - ishotthedeputy (05/17/2013) [-]
I feel like there's an incredible sexual reference that we're all missing here
User avatar #173 - galaxyguy (05/17/2013) [-]
What exactly do you mean.

Has the black hole ripped the gas cloud apart some twentyish thousand years ago, and we get to see it next year, or will the black hole rip the gas cloud apart next year and we get to see it in some twentyish thousand years?
#178 to #173 - makethingsworse (05/17/2013) [-]
^ This guy right here. Understands light and 						****					. But can you see why kids love the taste of Cinnamon Toast Crunch?
^ This guy right here. Understands light and **** . But can you see why kids love the taste of Cinnamon Toast Crunch?
User avatar #179 to #178 - galaxyguy (05/17/2013) [-]
Well, it's crunchy and toasty and tastes like cinnamon. What's there not to love?
#180 to #179 - makethingsworse (05/17/2013) [-]
...by God...you're right. It was so simple! It was on our tongues the entire time!
...by God...you're right. It was so simple! It was on our tongues the entire time!
#167 - TheSchwartz (05/17/2013) [-]
And now we wait...
User avatar #166 - alexjonez (05/17/2013) [-]
A music video reaching one billion views on a video sharing web site: END OF THE WORLD!

A gas cloud interacting with a black hole, to which this has never been seen before and the results are not verified: Fun show :3
User avatar #152 - tenaciousjon (05/17/2013) [-]
If I can see something get ripped apart by a black hole, then that's way too ******* close for my liking.
#160 to #152 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
I'm posting here a lot
User avatar #195 to #160 - mrgoodlove (05/17/2013) [-]
That's almost as far as my house is from new york!
User avatar #162 to #160 - tenaciousjon (05/17/2013) [-]
This makes me very uncomfortable.
#169 to #162 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
But there could be hundreds of millions of stellar mass black holes here in the milky way.   
   
Sleep tight.
But there could be hundreds of millions of stellar mass black holes here in the milky way.

Sleep tight.
User avatar #200 to #169 - hammarhead (05/17/2013) [-]
as well as smaller rouge black holes that traverse the galaxy at incredibly fast speeds, and are completely undetectable
#201 to #200 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
I revised my chart
User avatar #164 to #162 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
Don't worry, we're still about 26,000 light years away from it. Gravity isn't very strong over long distances either.
#139 - ohitshim (05/17/2013) [-]
I thought that that said, "...and we'll be ripped apart next year" and I was ******** my pants.
#188 to #139 - EllieMuffin (05/17/2013) [-]
Same. I was a little worried for a moment.
User avatar #137 - Scorchtwentyfour (05/17/2013) [-]
http://www.space.com/16332-milky-way-black-hole-eats-gas-cloud-coming-2013-video .html

For those who want it. I can't find a rough date other than mid-2013
User avatar #138 to #137 - Scorchtwentyfour (05/17/2013) [-]
Oh, just saw June 2013. So, keep an eye out and get away from as much light pollution as possible.
User avatar #172 to #138 - lulzabub (05/17/2013) [-]
Thanks for the link bro! I'm curious to hear whether it will be visible by the human eye or not.
#171 to #138 - srslyjakecease (05/17/2013) [-]
You do realize this wont be visible by optic telescopes, right?    
So unless you happen to have a huge telescope capable of viewing the full electromagnetic spectrum you wont be able to see this?
You do realize this wont be visible by optic telescopes, right?
So unless you happen to have a huge telescope capable of viewing the full electromagnetic spectrum you wont be able to see this?
User avatar #130 - pivotmasterdm (05/17/2013) [-]
Someone explain this for I am curious
User avatar #156 to #130 - foromil ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
Hope you like reading.

A Black hole is a point in space where matter builds up to the point where it is so dense that not even light can escape. The commonly accepted theory is that Black Holes arise from dying suns, because 90% of a sun's mass occupies only half of its radius, making their centers incredibly dense. When the inner reactions of a star cease to occur, the force driving the matter, energy, and light away from the star. When this happens, you have a lot of mass in a very concentrated point, to the effect that the collective gravitational force causes the area to collapse in on itself, creating a black hole.
The gravitational force is so strong that it actually bends space-time, leading some physicists(Stephen Hawking among them) to believe that they are the key to time travel. Now, obviously with such gravitational buildup, bodies in space will be attracted to the area. This gravitational force is the reason behind the formation of [most] galaxies.
When a Black Hole becomes large enough to sustain a galaxy, it is called a Supermassive Black Hole (like the song by Muse). However, in order to become that large, the hole usually needs to build up more internal mass, so anything that ventures too close is absorbed. The "point of no return" when dealing with a Black Hole is called the event horizon (like the movie). This is when no matter can escape the gravitational draw of the Black Hole.
Because of the unique properties of Black Holes, once matter crosses this point, it appears to vanish, because not even light can escape the Gravity of the Hole.
We can watch that process next year when a nebula approaches the event horizon.
User avatar #159 to #156 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
Yes i'm monitoring this upload because i want to

Anyways, you're 100% correct with what you're saying. I'm just going to have to add something in. Supermassive black holes are not the only thing keeping together galaxies. Simulations show that the gravity of one black hole in the middle of a galaxy is simply not enough. This is where "Dark matter" and "Dark energy" come in. They are called dark because we cannot see them in an orthodox way. There is little know about both of these things, except that they are unable to be observed directly, we can only observe their effects. Dark matter is pretty much the anti form of matter. When combined with regular matter it creates a larger amount of energy than anything we can achieve by nuclear fusion. Dark energy is the force that allows the universe to expand and keep expanding. They make up most of our universe. Galaxies are held together by a large amount of these dark forces, along with gravity from black holes.

Anyways TL;DR Dark matter & energy play a key part of keeping galaxies together

Everything said by foromil is also correct as well.
User avatar #174 to #159 - srslyjakecease (05/17/2013) [-]
Actually you are confusing dark mater and anti-matter. Dark matter is what holds galaxies together, while anti-matter has charges in its atoms opposite of normal mater. (proton equivalents, anti-protons, are negatively charged, and electron equivalents, positrons, are positively charged) When anti-mater meets matter, they obliterate one another, converting 100% their mass into energy (e=mc^2 is applicable i believe). Antimatter has the same chemical properties as its matter equivalents, (2 anti-hydrogen's and one anti-oxygen make anti-water, etc)

Dark matter is an invisible substance, believed to be intangible, that has mass. (some theorists theorize that it is actually normal matter, only trapped in a 5-th or so dimmension, or a nearby parallel universe)
User avatar #176 to #174 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
heheh, whoops. I tend to combine dark matter with anti-matter a lot.


Yeh, well for it to be trapped in a different dimension it would have to be resonating at a different frequency. So i don't think that would be very possible because it effects objects here in ours. But i guess it could be some sort of projection, or it could be a projection or something. I donno, i'm just throwin out ideas
User avatar #181 to #176 - srslyjakecease (05/17/2013) [-]
I'm no physicist, so I wont argue it with you. I was just repeat what the actual physicists say on the Science Channel.

They just say its the gravity coming from a mass just slightly to the "left" (if you will) of us in a dimension that is still part of our space, but not one of the 3 dimensions we are able to perceive. (i dont know about frequencies, or if they have anything to do with this theory, as i know next to nothing about extra-dimensional movement. all a little to abstract for my poor brain.)
User avatar #183 to #181 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
I Actually think we're talking about different dimensional theories. There is a lot of debate over what the 4th dimension really is, or what exactly different dimensions are.
#196 to #183 - srslyjakecease (05/17/2013) [-]
Im referring to Dimensions as essentially the area in which something can exist in space-time: i.e. length, width, and height, being the 3 visible dimensions, time being the most widely accepted fourth dimension, and any number of unknown and
mind-bending dimensions, that can give you a headache if you think too long and hard about them.
User avatar #197 to #196 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
Yeah, i've often thought about how it would be if we could process the 4th dimension. It hurts my brain.

Also, i wonder if we would see it in 3 dimensions, because we see 3D as a flat surface.
User avatar #202 to #197 - hammarhead (05/17/2013) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkxieS-6WuA

Take this explanation that i agree with that you didnt really ask for. : )
User avatar #205 to #202 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
I've actually seen that. Also his 11th dimension that contains his other dimensions
User avatar #206 to #205 - hammarhead (05/17/2013) [-]
but the theoretical mathematical collapse! : 0
#163 to #159 - foromil ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
Thanks! I completely 						***********					 most of that! Maybe astrophysics is my calling?
Thanks! I completely *********** most of that! Maybe astrophysics is my calling?
User avatar #165 to #163 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
Well it wasn't too shabbily thrown together. Good job, and maybe it is.
User avatar #136 to #130 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4591356/Fuck+Yea/126#126

Black holes happens when large stars collapse into themselves and form a single point of intense gravity. They do not let anything, including light, out. If you have any specific questions just ask me.
User avatar #141 to #136 - mrgoodlove (05/17/2013) [-]
I heard that white holes are pretty much the exact opposite of black holes and that everything the black hole sucks up, the white hole brings back
User avatar #142 to #141 - djequalizee ONLINE (05/17/2013) [-]
It's possible, but there are a few fundamental flaws. Black holes are created by a collapse of a star into a singularity, and they do not really "create" a white hole. A white hole would be constantly be spewing matter out of a singularity, which unless is was extremely densely packed beforehand, is impossible. A white hole would be difficult to create because it couldn't be made with a collapse of gravity, or an expansion of it. There is a theory that they are the other side of black holes that allow the "divide by zero" effect black holes have to make sense. But we haven't found one yet, so this remains unproven
User avatar #131 to #130 - mrgoodlove (05/17/2013) [-]
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