Live Hindi News :- ISRO's AstroSat spacecraft has detected irregular emission of high-energy X-rays from a black hole in space. AstroSat, an astronomical research satellite developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), was launched from Sriharikota on September 28, 2015 by a PSLV rocket. AstroSat was sent to study star activity and ultraviolet radiation in space. It has been providing us with various rare movies for more than 8 years.

In this case, the data obtained by the AstroSat spacecraft was studied jointly by Bangalore UR Rao Satellite Centre, Guwahati IIT, University of Mumbai and Tata Institute of Basic Research. It randomly detected high-energy X-rays from the Swift J1727.8-1613 region of the black hole. Meanwhile, a black hole has an intense gravitational pull that absorbs everything.

When there is a big explosion, protons are emitted and X-rays are produced. According to this, random X-ray photon emission ranging from 1.4 Hz to 2.4 Hz has occurred during the period from 8 to 13 September last year. According to a press release issued by ISRO, additional details can be found on the website.

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