Eine stellare Entdeckung bricht alle bisherigen Rekorde in der Astronomie!
war, pandemic and inflation, the year 2022 has not presented itself at its best so far, the fact that the last few months have embodied the exact opposite for the world of astronomical research seems all the more remarkable, therefore a few weeks were allowed to take the first stunning images with the wonder of the james webb telescope, giving us a foretaste of all the cosmic secrets that need to be unlocked in a timely manner. In addition, the experts were able to trace the most distant, and therefore oldest. known galaxy in all space maps what erento's discovery story is about and what we have been able to discover about the dazzlingly bright celestial body you can find out in today's video you can take part in the revolutionary discoveries and breath then remember to subscribe to simple space and click the bell to learn more about these exciting topics regularly with a thumbs up you motivate us and show that we can inform you with the content of our videos the stellar sensation at the beginning was the big bang according to standard cosmological models, space, time and matter arose from an original singularity about 13.8 billion years ago, although the term big bang sounds extremely martial, it was not a spectacular explosion in an existing space, but actually this too only arose during the hour of birth of the cosmos, only 900 million years after the bi g bang, a star in a distant galaxy began to shine brightly and a few months ago, astronomers actually managed to put that relic of the early days of the cosmos on the front maps add In addition to the scientific designation whl 0137 ls, the body celestial also goes by the catchier name rande, this word has its roots in Old English and translates as something like rising light or morning star, but how is it possible to put such an ancient celestial body in the confusion of discover the vastness of the cosmos, the answer to this question is usually not entirely, since stars so old have already lost much of their original luminosity, in most cases it is impossible to identify them unless a natural helper intervenes among the Experts, the arms in detail signify the fascinating gravitational lensing effect that has made many objects visible that our investigative point of view would otherwise judge.
God would have eluded it forever. Albert Einstein already predicted this exciting phenomenon in the 1930s and now we know that the world why nnte, physicists should be right once again, in essence, gravitational lensing is the bending of light by large masses, which means that light from a more distant source, such as from a star, is influenced by an apparently present object. from gravitational lensing the closer the light beams pass to the mass that is in the foreground for the observer, the more they are deflected towards the mass, however, gravitational lensing is not capable of producing a true image with the distribution of light corresponding, it is rather a so-c
alled tick chaos, which actually can this phenomenon also goes hand in hand with the generation of multiple images so the so-c
alled stone cross salutes four times from the firmament although it is actually just a quasi-radiant giant in the constellation pegasus in the recent past research became gravitation The ion lensing effect is also used to detect individual stars that are very far away.
For a long time, however, this solar search for clues was subject to something of a set limit, namely, anything more than nine billion light-years away from Earth eluded our sight. and the distance between rendel and ours is therefore more remarkable blue home planet power its radiated light needed no less than 12.9 billion years to reach our eternal eye taking into account the constant expansion of the cosmos, however, the celestial body it would not be 12.9 but a total of 28 billion light-years away from us, fortunately a foreground cluster of galaxies, the starlight thousands of times so that this source could be recognized in Hubble Space Telescope images, but what were the scientists able to find out about the bottom? of the single star that is furthest from us in this sense is considered likely to d Researchers have awakened a true stellar giant.
Rendel's original mass is likely to have exceeded that of our sun by at least 50 times that of our sun, yet the conclusion that these enormous dimensions were the doom of the celestial body at an opportune moment. probably exploded a few years after his birth in the course of an explosive supernova, however, out-of-the-way places still have plenty of renzel at the ready this applies in the course of future ventilation research, the james webb telescope will continue to observe r andel in the coming months and to intensify it, among other things, it would be necessary to clarify the question of whether the celestial body possibly once belonged to a binary system, although it is not very likely, it is also conceivable that Apple embodied a star of the so-c
alled population three, that is, Which was largely made up of that original helium and hydrogen that came from the oldest galaxy, the big bang, ranging from ancient single stars to even older galaxies over the course of the year 2022, experts have managed to discover two of the oldest star clusters. ancient acquaintances the first cosmic glimpse into the past brings us to hd 1 as announced on april 7 in the magazine astrophysics this galaxy formed 330 million years after the birth of the cosmos ghd 1 was added to the location maps, however a long research path had to be completed the object had to be located in a collection of 700,000 other 1200 astronomical structures hours of observation Later it became clear that we are actually dealing with one of the oldest known structures.
However, this startling discovery should also be accompanied by some big question marks in the detail. HD 1 emits unexpectedly strong ultraviolet radiation. This circumstance indicates that in the remote chevron. axie plays or rather plays extremely high energy processes because at least we see hd1 as it appeared 13 5 billion years ago, but what could be the background of the conspicuous radiation?, in this sense, scientists currently can only speculate , on the one hand. , it is conceivable that ultraviolet radiation can be attributed to a high rate of star formation in contrast to younger stars, the glowing celestial bodies of the early times of the cosmos were significantly hotter and heavier, which would explain the extreme values of radiation.
The explanation is based on the fact that the center of HD 1 was the target of a supermassive black hole. We now know that this applies to almost all galactic hearts, including our Milky Way, Sagittarius being no exception. As is well known, incomparably compact structures. are known for their insatiable hunger as a result of the gigantic amounts of gas as the black hole in hd 1 consumed, high-energy photons could have been released into the immediate areas, which went hand in hand with measured ultraviolet radiation. to be able to explain the corresponding values, the monster of gravity would have exceeded the mass of our sun by a factor of 120 million if this thesis is confirmed in the context of future investigations, the researchers would have traced the nuclei of most distant galaxies and, therefore older, that is, active, and in this case, too, the hopes of experts are once again pinned on the future use of the james webb space telescope, which is specially designed for infrared astronomy designed to study the first light formations in the universe track 13 as just mentioned hd1 formed about 330 million years ago after the big bang thanks to the first images taken by the james webb telescope we know that galaxy track 13 has existed for 30 million years at this point heard from the largest firmament, making it the current record holder in the star cluster category The ten-billion-dollar device niag m provides an impressive view of galactic time, but that's not all in the course of evaluating the first deep fields in the network, plus gleis since 13, the galaxy gleis 11, which is 100 million years younger, has also been identified.
Analysis of the light spectrum again provided some interesting insights into these ancient structures, so we know that both galaxies each host about a billion solar masses of stars and have lengths of either 1600 or 2300 light years, which at first glance supposed to be unimaginably large dimensions turns out to be surprisingly small compared to the youngest galaxies. the native milky way occurs more than 17,000 light-years away, the experts were even more surprised in view of the fact that tracks 11 and 13 were extremely active despite their relatively small size, just like in the case of hd 1, extreme ultraviolet radiation should also be recorded here before the discovery of z 11 glass, scientists had suspected such However, detailed investigation showed that even the most renowned astronomers can be proud of the lumpy and chaotically designed early star clusters .
In fact, the spectrum investigated indicates that this watch already had that characteristic disc shape that we find in many of its younger ones. counterparts to give all the background of the fascinating. However, to reveal clumps, collecting more data is essential, because experts point out that the knowledge gained so far is based on the first velocity recordings from an entirely new type of space telescope. , so errors cannot currently be completely ruled out. However, since the galactic light signatures were detected very clearly in all filter channels of the niag m, experts are optimistic that their basic statements correspond to the reality and now your opinion is being asked, what do you think about the exciting discovery of rn so what? think about the ancient galaxies, which were also added to the front cards this year, please write us your thoughts, your suggestions and your comments on today's contribution, but as always, just write us in the comments below if you are interested in more exciting videos on the subject of space at the end, we would like to take a look at the other contributions to our channel, which you can access by clicking on one of the images here in the credits, thank you very much for watching, have a good time and see you the next