The black hole is an extreme region of space-time characterized by gravitational acceleration, so powerful nothing – even light – can escape. Now the LIGO and Virgo gravity wave detectors are monitoring the signal for a shockingly massive black hole. The discovery of a gravitational wave is thought to be the result of a space collision involving a black hole of extraordinary size – reportedly as heavy as 100 suns.
However, LIGO Virgo scientists have so far refused to confirm or deny the alleged discovery, which was
Professor Stan Wosley, an astrophysicist at the University of California, told Quanta: "There are no black holes in this mass diagnosis, not even they are few ”
“ But of course we know that nature often finds a way. "
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Physicists who realized in 1
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The star will instead undergo" supernova instability of the supernova, "an explosion capable of destroying it almost immediately.
A pair of instability super new arises when the nucleus becomes so hot that the core becomes so hot that transforms into electron-positron pairs.
The radiation pressure of light has kept the star's core intact; when light is transformed into matter, the resulting pressure drop causes the core to shrink rapidly and become even hotter, further accelerating the production of couples and causing a domino effect.
In the end, the nucleus is heated so much that oxygen is ignited, turning the implosion of the nucleus into an explosion.
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For nuclei with a mass between 65 and 130 times the size of the sun, you will probably see the star completely destroyed.
Nuclei between about 50 and 65 solar masses pulsate, throwing mass into a sequence of explosions until they fall below the range in which the pair's instability occurs.
This means that there should be no black holes with tables in the 50's. – up to-130-solar mass.
Black holes can exist on the other side of the mass abyss weighing more than 130 solar masses, since the escape implosion of such heavy star nuclei cannot be stopped; d, they continue to collapse and form black holes.
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However, because stars cast mass throughout their lives, a star weighing at least 300 will have to be born the sun to become a nucleus with 130 solar masses and such with this size are rare.
For this reason, most experts have speculated the size of the black ceiling holes found by LIGO and Virgo would be 50 solar masses, the lower end of the mass gap.
Supermassive black holes of millions and billions of solar masses securing the centers of galaxies formed by a different process in the nascent universe.  LIGO and Virgo are unable to detect the collisions of such supermassive black holes.