A star escapes being spaghettized by a black hole

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The eclipsed star has had multiple close encounters with a supermassive black hole in a distant galaxy and may have survived material torn apart by giant gravitational tidal forces.

destruction a star by the gravitational forces of a supermassive black hole is a violent event known as a tidal disruption event (TDE). The gas is torn away from the star and undergoes “spaghettiization,” in which it is shredded and stretched into streams of hot material flowing around it. black hole, forming a temporary and very bright accretion disk. In our opinion, central galaxy appears to host a supermassive black hole.

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