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The final fate of a star destroyed by a black hole

If a star (crimson path) will get too near a black gap (left), it may be shredded or spaghettinized by intense gravity. Among the star’s matter swirls across the black gap, like water in a drain, emitting a considerable amount of X-rays (blue). Current research of those so-called tidal disruption occasions recommend {that a} important … Read more