This Is the Last Thing Japan’s Lost Black Hole Satellite Saw Before It Died

In February 2016, Japan launched a pioneering black-hole-monitoring satellite but after the successful launch they lost its control under strange circumstances.

Now, we can finally witness what Hitomi saw right before it went offline. When Hitomi went offline, researchers were succesful in gathering some data from Hitomi, which was published in a new research paper in Nature, which displays Hitomi’s last observation. It has some interesting implications for what we currently know about the role of black holes in galaxy formation (….)

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