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  • Greg Daly

    Stellar Mass Black Hole wind

  • Nýr Notandi

    black holes in space | Cosmic Hurricane: Black Hole Has 20 Million MPH Winds « Golden Age of ...

  • Rich Ruisard

    NASAS Chandra Finds Fastest Wind From Stellar-Mass Black Hole. This artists impression shows a binary system containing a stellar-mass black hole called IGR J17091-3624, or IGR J17091 for short. The strong gravity of the black hole, on the left, is pulling gas away from a companion star on the right. This gas forms a disk of hot gas around the black hole, and the wind is driven off this disk. (Chandra X-ray Observatory)

  • Space and Astronomy

    NASA'S Chandra Finds Fastest Wind From Stellar-Mass Black Hole. #space #astronomy

  • Solo Benedyuk

    wired science space photo of the day: 2/1/2012

  • Speed2Design - Electronic Engineering

    Stellar-Mass Black Hole #NASA #Aerospace #BlackHole #Space

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