A magnetic field in the center of our galaxy can hold a supermassive black hole in the bay.
Supermassive black holes exist in the center of most galaxies, and our Milky Way is no exception.
galaxies have highly active black holes, which means they have a lot of material emitting high-energy radiation in this feeding process.
For comparison, the black hole of the Milky Way, known as Sagittarius A *, is Relative
NASA scientists believe this is due to the strong magnetic field at the center of the Milky Way, which is strong enough to restrict turbulent gas movements. the dust ring around the massive black hole of the Milky Way.
From the results, astronomers can make a map and bring out the strength of an otherwise invisible magnetic field that helps visualize this fundamental force of nature
"The spiral form of the magnetic field channels the gas in orbit around the black hole," said Darren Dowell, a NASA scientist, principal investigator for the HAWC + and leading ac fertilizer of the study.
"This could explain why our black hole is silent while others are active."