Dr. Gad al-Qadi, dean of the Institute of Astronomical Research, said that the black hole, which astronomers published the first picture of history, has nothing to do with the piercing star mentioned in the Holy Quran. "God willing, our Lord will cover it with a danger to us so far."
"The discovery of the black hole helps scientists confirm Einstein's theory of relativity," he said. "By observing the objects that are attracted and the emissions that enter this hole, His intense gravity.
The Guardian newspaper on Wednesday highlighted astronomers' first glimpse of a black hole in the heart of the Messier 87, 55 million light-years from Earth, as a revolution in understanding the most mysterious organisms in the universe.
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The image of the hole shows a halo of dust that follows the outline of a massive black hole in the heart of the Messier 87, 55 million light-years from Earth.
Although the black hole, an astronomical quagmire for which light or matter can not escape, is invisible, the latest observations take astronomers to its first threshold, which is illuminated in the halo horizon, where all known physical laws are disrupted.