Black hole caught turning a poor star into spaghetti

Oct 13, 2020
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The beginning and end of the second paragraph is off by a factor of 10^6 - If it happened 214 million years ago and we just observed it then it is 214 million light years away, not 214 light year away.
 
Sep 3, 2020
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Is it possible to take an object(which would be damn near impossible to break) and secure it so all it can do is spin. Imprint a marker on the surface in 1 spot and Spin it faster and faster . Is it possible to keep spinning it faster and faster or is there a speed limit.. ? Would it be possible to spin that marker on the surface of the object into itself? Seems like it would cancel itself out if it were possible. It's almost like a black hole would do something like this.... almost like a black hole just flings stuff away from it at the event horizon because its spinning to fast.
 
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I have a question, it is know that local super masive black hole at Sagitario is surrounder by stars, some of them have nearby fast passages. Is any research conducted to elucidate if someone of those stars is a candidate to sagettification?, if so this can be a magnific opportunity to observe the tidal effects on the infalling star.
 
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I have a question, it is know that local super masive black hole at Sagitario is surrounder by stars, some of them have nearby fast passages. Is any research conducted to elucidate if someone of those stars is a candidate to sagettification?, if so this can be a magnific opportunity to observe the tidal effects on the infalling star.
I have a question, it is know that local super masive black hole at Sagitario is surrounder by stars, some of them have nearby fast passages. Is any research conducted to elucidate if someone of those stars is a candidate to sagettification?, if so this can be a magnific opportunity to observe the tidal effects on the infalling star.
Is it possible for the black hole to latch onto the stars magnetic field when it gets to close. Interlocking it in a sense. Would explain how the star can fly past it a little ways then get sucked in. (OR) is it possible the black hold works in a mysterious way to latch onto a single particle of the star and pull it in and the spaghettification happens because there is a chain reaction with the particles. The strong nuclear force between the particles would cause the particles that are bonded to the 1 particle the black hole manages to latch onto.(it could be many particles the black hole latches onto and it seems like the other particles further away are getting dragged with the black hole influenced particles)
 

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