The 5 Strangest Anomalies in the Universe

 Strangest & mysterious objects in the Universe

In outer space, some stars consume the energy of neighboring stars like real vampires. They live for billions of years and remain unusually active and vibrant despite the loss of stellar evolution.

And these are not the only mysterious objects in our galaxy space is filled with anomalies that once you learn about them will amaze you. The blue straggler stars were discovered in the middle of the last century, but scientists couldn't explain the reasons for their prolong youthfulness until now.

A 10-year observation of the globular star cluster NGC one aid containing numerous stars. Among which 21 blue straggler stars were discovered, showed that most of these stars exist in binary systems and have a companion. These might be extinct white dwarves or maybe massive and bright stars.

Stars, the Blues Traveler stars suck hydrogen from their satellite stars using it to heat up and maintain their youth. Now, astronomers have discovered that there's a second type of straggler star. These are stars that received their fuel when they collide with and wholly absorbed the companion star.

The latest studies of the Hubble Space Telescope in the globular messy a 30 cluster show that when two adjacent stars merged, their nuclear fuel combines, and the nuclear fusion process flares up with renewed vigor.

Observations led to the conclusion that newly formed stars have different properties. This suggests that in the cluster star rejuvenation occurs in both scenarios at the same time.

But vampire stars are not the only mystery for astrophysicists. 10 years ago was discovered that the matter of our galaxy is covered with waves.

These waves had not come from out of nowhere, somewhere very close to the Milky Way, something was causing these ripple scientists couldn't identify this mysterious object. Just recently, the culprit was found.

Weirdest Objects in the Universe

It was discovered by the guy a space telescope, and it turned out to be a very unusual dwarf galaxy, called an alien to the galaxy revolves around the Milky Way at a distance of 420,000 light-years and is extremely small, about seven to 8000 light-years across. It also has a record low star population density. This galaxy was always there, but it wasn't easy to find due to how dim it is, and its location, it was hiding behind the bright lights of the stars on the edge of the Milky Way.

According to scientists, the ghost galaxy lost most of its stars right after a collision with the Milky Way. But this ghost galaxy is not the only strange phenomenon within the Milky Way, nears Sagittarius A, which, according to scientists, is a giant black hole.

There's a bright blue star called s to its circles the black hole effortlessly at a speed of 3107 miles (5,000.23 kilometers) or 5000 kilometers per second. But how does it manage to overcome the gravity of the black hole? Why, when approaching the black hole, isn't the Star torn into pieces? Scientists are wondering how it got there.

If it drifted to the center of the galaxy, then how can we explain it's very young age as to is a bright young start no older than 10 million years and it's obviously quite young to have made such a long journey. astrophysicists have yet to figure out how it could appear near the black hole by itself, but the fact remains the s to start does not succumb to Newton's law of gravity, but it can be explained by the laws of the general theory of relativity a gravitational redshift occurs.

The powerful gravitational field of the black hole stretches the light waves emitted by the star-making them longer. The change in the wavelength of light coming from estou is consistent with the predictions of Einstein's theory.

In the case of this Star, this phenomenon has been observed for the first time and has never been witnessed anywhere else.

A black hole like a magnet attracts other cosmic anomalies to itself. At least five more mysterious objects appear to revolve around the central black hole astronomers call them g objects. Previously, only two examples of such strange galactic inhabitants were known G one and G two.

Both were believed to be clouds of interstellar gas and dust until they approached a black hole. Somehow they managed to survive the gravitational attraction of the whole.

And therefore, the nature of these phenomena must be different than what was thought. But later, three more identical objects were discovered called G, three g4, and G5. So maybe these are previously unidentified stars. Astronomer Mark Morris of the University of California considers these objects to be stars but, in some way, unusual.

They are bloated stars. Their diameter is quite large. So the title forces of the supermassive black hole absorb part of the material from their stellar Atmospheres when these objects get near to it, but the massive core of the Star somehow remains unharmed.

It remains only to find an explanation for why these objects are so large. Perhaps they're the result of a collision of two stars orbiting Each Other under the influence of black hole gravity.

The collision energy displaces the material of the outer shells of both predecessor stars to a size far beyond that of ordinary stars creating massive g objects.

So far, science knows of only five such objects. Still, there could be many more astronomers are scanning Outer Space every day in search of new instances, being mysterious and unknown is enough to get attention not only nearby in the heart of the galaxy.

Let's start with the long name KIC 846 to 852 or tabby. For short in the constellation, Cygnus is another mystery for astrophysicist scientists who were interested in it strange bright bursts with Star attracted attention in 2015, the Kepler telescope recorded its inexplicable decrease in brightness.

For a short time, the Star faded by as much as 3%. And then another one and a half percent. Science so far has not been able to explain the nature of the stable fading of the Star. Meanwhile, American scientists refuted the theory of the strange fading star as they stated that twice in 2007 and 2014, the brightness of the Star increased significantly, and this completely contradicted most of the hypotheses put forward. Earlier in the scientific world.

It was believed that changes in the brightness of a star can be observed only in one direction. Fading, a pulsating star has become a new mystery for researchers, the processes of which they have yet to adequately study and explain. While some scientists are puzzling over the nature of light bursts in the constellation Cygnus. Others are trying to splain how a relatively young star could have flared up in the Monoceros constellation and exceed the luminosity of the sun by 600,000 times we are talking about the star v 838.

Mon for unknown reasons. In January 2002, the outer shell of the 838 mon suddenly expanded, making this Star the brightest in the entire Milky Way, then it suddenly became weak again in the following two months, the Hubble Space Telescope recorded several more of these flashes.

At first, scientists suggested that it was a white dwarf that sucked gas from its companion star until it had accumulated enough mass and flared up like a thermonuclear torch.

But the catch was that supernova doesn't explode three times in a row in a short time. Did these flashes mean the death of a giant star Or did two stars maybe collide? Or did one star devour three giant planets in a row?

There are no answers to these questions. It's only known that a flash of light was reflected from the nearest gas dust clouds surrounding the Star rapidly with a variety of changing colors. The site turned out to be spectacular. Only the nature of this cloud is also not precise.

Perhaps this is a substance discarded by a star several thousand years ago scientists are at a loss bought agree on one thing v 838 months today is an unknown variation of a star flare for which science has no explanation.

How many more mysteries does the universe hide from us? How many puzzles do astrophysicists have left to solve? Is it even possible to explain and understand what lies 10s hundreds or hundreds of thousands of others light-years from us, will scientists be able to tell all the questions and find all the answers? And what would happen if space became an open book for humanity? Who knows?

Maybe in the future, discussing Space News will be as ordinary as talking about the weather.

But for now, the abyss of space hides many more mysteries.
The 5 Strangest Anomalies in the Universe The 5 Strangest Anomalies in the Universe Reviewed by Mahi Uddin on January 08, 2020 Rating: 5

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