NASA announced that something very large exited a black hole!!

Recently a mysterious object redefined everything we thought we knew about black holes.
First of all black holes are supposed to suck everything into them, even light. Secondly, the gravity is so strong that it was believed that nothing in the known universe could come out of a black hole.
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That all changed when NASA announced that something very large exited a black hole.

So what exactly happened?  Well as two of NASA’s space telescopes, which included the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array or (NuSTAR) for short, were observing this particular black hole, a large object very suddenly “launched” itself away from the middle or “corona” of the black hole. Right after this remarkable event a massive pulse of X-ray energy spewed forth from the corona.  This event seems to have the scientists of earth completely baffled.

To Fiona Harrison, who is the principal investigator for NuSTAR, made a strong note saying that this type of phenomenon is unheard of and completely changes what we originally thought about how black holes function.

Luckily with the level of technology that we as a race have been able to achieve, we were able to record this event. The data from this should provide now, some much-needed clues to just how black holes function and how they are structured.

http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/spaceimages/details.php?id=pia20051

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