Want to go to the Milky Way Center? Visit the new, ultra-high definition visualization. This 360 movie provides an unparalleled opportunity to explore the center of the galaxy from the perspective of a central super-black hole in any location chosen by the user.
Combining NASA's Ames supercomputer modeling with NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, this visualization provides a new perspective on what is happening in and around the Milky Way. This is shown by dozens of massive star giants who are heavily wind-blowing their surface in the region, a few light years from a supermassive black hole called Shaul A * (Sgr A *, briefly)
. superplastic black hole material cup. As in the previous visualization, the viewer can monitor the dense flow of material flows to Sgr A *. These tubers are formed when winds come from massive stars near Sgr A *. Looking at the movement of these clumps, viewers can observe how relatively low density gas enters Sgr A *. In this new visualization, blue and blue reflect the hot gas's X-ray with tens of millions of degrees; the red color indicates the average density of cooler gas regions with tens of thousands of temperatures; and yellow cooler gas with the highest density
It is thought that the X-ray gas kit will move slowly when it is far from Sgr A *, and then pick up speed and whip around the viewer. it comes in. Occasionally, gas shrinkage will come in contact with the emissions of other stars, resulting in an X-ray flash when the gas is heated, and then cools down quickly. Further from the viewer, the film also shows the collisions of the fast stars winds generated by X-rays. These collisions are believed to be the dominant source of hot gas seen by Chandra.
When the hood emerges from the gas that is very close to the black hole, the throttled gas encounters a material flowing from the winds of massive stars. back the material and causing X-rays. When an outbreak dies, winds return to normal and X-rays disappear
The 360-degree video of the Galaxy Center is ideally viewed through virtual reality (VR) glasses such as Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard. The video can also be viewed on a smartphone using the YouTube app. After moving the phone, another part of the film that imitates the effect of VR spectacles is revealed. Finally, most computer browsers also allow you to display 360 degree videos on YouTube. To look around, click and drag the video, or click the corner in the corner
Dr. Christopher Russell of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Pontifical Catholic University) presented a new visualization at the 17th American Astronomical Society Astrophysics (HEAD) meeting held in Monterey, California, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, controlled by Chandra NASA Research Mission Directorate, Washington. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts controls Chandra's science and flight operations.
Scientists take the audience to the Bird Trail Center