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Where to next?  Sofia, Bulgaria...stay tuned for pictures and reviews from this trip! 🇧🇬 ✈️ #amaesh #ff #follow #sofia #followme #bulgaria #gypsypro #wanderlust #wanderlove #instatravel #instagood #iphone6s #iphonephotography
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When your niece woke you up too early and asking you to go swimming with her. Uncle's duty. #sofia 👧🏻🙋‍♂️🏊🏊‍♀️♥️
When your niece woke you up too early and asking you to go swimming with her. Uncle's duty. #sofia  👧🏻🙋‍♂️🏊🏊‍♀️♥️
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SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes

Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought.

Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei.

Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus.

More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes

Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook

#astronomy #astrophysics #universe #science #blackhole #blackholes #space #nasa #sofia #physics #cosmos
6 of 6 Grid Posts SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought. Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei. Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus. More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook #astronomy  #astrophysics  #universe  #science  #blackhole  #blackholes  #space  #nasa  #sofia  #physics  #cosmos 
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SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes

Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought.

Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei.

Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus.

More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes

Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook

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5 of 6 Grid Posts SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought. Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei. Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus. More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook #astronomy  #astrophysics  #universe  #science  #blackhole  #blackholes  #space  #nasa  #sofia  #physics  #cosmos 
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SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes

Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought.

Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei.

Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus.

More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes

Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook

#astronomy #astrophysics #universe #science #blackhole #blackholes #space #nasa #sofia #physics #cosmos
4 of 6 Grid Posts SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought. Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei. Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus. More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook #astronomy  #astrophysics  #universe  #science  #blackhole  #blackholes  #space  #nasa  #sofia  #physics  #cosmos 
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SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes

Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought.

Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei.

Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus.

More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes

Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook

#astronomy #astrophysics #universe #science #blackhole #blackholes #space #nasa #sofia #physics #cosmos
3 of 6 Grid Posts SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought. Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei. Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus. More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook #astronomy  #astrophysics  #universe  #science  #blackhole  #blackholes  #space  #nasa  #sofia  #physics  #cosmos 
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SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes

Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought.

Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei.

Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus.

More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes

Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook

#astronomy #astrophysics #universe #science #blackhole #blackholes #space #nasa #sofia #physics #cosmos
2 of 6 Grid Posts SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought. Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei. Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus. More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook #astronomy  #astrophysics  #universe  #science  #blackhole  #blackholes  #space  #nasa  #sofia  #physics  #cosmos 
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SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes

Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought.

Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei.

Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus.

More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes

Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook

#astronomy #astrophysics #universe #science #blackhole #blackholes #space #nasa #sofia #physics #cosmos
1 of 6 Grid Posts SOFIA Finds Cool Dust Around Energetic Active Black Holes Researchers at the University of Texas San Antonio using observations from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, found that the dust surrounding active, ravenous black holes is much more compact than previously thought. Most, if not all, large galaxies contain a supermassive black hole at their centers. Many of these black holes are relatively quiet and inactive, like the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. However, some supermassive black holes are currently consuming significant amounts of material that are being drawn into them, resulting in the emission of huge amounts of energy. These active black holes are called active galactic nuclei. Previous studies have suggested that all active galactic nuclei have essentially the same structure. Models indicate that active galactic nuclei have a donut-shaped dust structure, known as a torus, surrounding the supermassive black hole. Using the instrument called the Faint Object infraRed CAmera for the SOFIA Telescope, FORCAST, the team observed the infrared emissions around 11 supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei located at distances of 100 million light years and more, and determined the size, opacity, and distribution of dust in each torus. More: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/sofia-finds-cool-dust-around-energetic-active-black-holes Image Credit: NASA/SOFIA/Lynette Cook #astronomy  #astrophysics  #universe  #science  #blackhole  #blackholes  #space  #nasa  #sofia  #physics  #cosmos 
Minha primogênita, minha baby, minha Sofia! 6 aninhos trazendo as maiores emoções em minha vida e me ensinando as maiores lições! É incrível como a sabedoria de Deus se manifesta nesses pequenos seres e é capaz de nos mostrar coisas que jamais enxergaríamos de outra maneira! ❤️ #amominhabebe #sofia #babydog #instadogs #instaphoto #boomerang #dogstagram #omaioramordomundo #love 🐶❤️🐶❤️
С днём молодежи всех !!! Так прикольно, чем старше становишься , тем как будто моложе , но это парадокс ещё тот , душа молодеет, так как ты наверное мудреешь и проще и легче ко многому относишься, но в то время ты и взрослеешь , и даже стареешь ))) в общем, всем молодости !!! Красоты , любви и понимания того, как ценна эта жизнь! Не цепляйтесь к мелочам, цените важное , своих близких !!! Подарите им своё тепло и улыбку !!! И тогда наверняка вдруг запляшут облака! И погода чудная !!! Ля-ля #жизньбесценна#счастье#мама#биробиджан #лето2017#Sofia's9months#деньмолодежи
С днём молодежи всех !!! Так прикольно, чем старше становишься , тем как будто моложе , но это парадокс ещё тот , душа молодеет, так как ты наверное мудреешь и проще и легче ко многому относишься, но в то время ты и взрослеешь , и даже стареешь ))) в общем, всем молодости !!! Красоты , любви и понимания того, как ценна эта жизнь! Не цепляйтесь к мелочам, цените важное , своих близких !!! Подарите им своё тепло и улыбку !!! И тогда наверняка вдруг запляшут облака! И погода чудная !!! Ля-ля #жизньбесценна #счастье #мама #биробиджан  #лето2017 #Sofia 's9months#деньмолодежи 
Minha amigaaaaaa
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Minha amigaaaaaa #Sofia  ❤️💋
Caipira mais linda da titia 😍❤ #FestaJunina #Pinxexa #Sofia #AmorDaTia
Missing this little one right now!!! I hate when I don't know about her! #Sofia
Missing this little one right now!!! I hate when I don't know about her! #Sofia 
I think she hates me!!😂😬❤❤😻#sofia#saturday#animals#lovecat#cat
Niver da Sofia bailarina mais linda !!
#tudo #lindo #ballet #festa #bailarina #Sofia #love
Sente só a vive boa do show hoje do @alvarosolermusic no #carrefest
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Lá na nossa página do facebook tem o show completo.
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🎥 Video: @carrefoures
Sente só a vive boa do show hoje do @alvarosolermusic no #carrefest  . Lá na nossa página do facebook tem o show completo. . 🎥 Video: @carrefoures
Tarde divertida......🙋🏻🙋🏻🙇🏻#joaoguilherme #mariaclara #sofia #meusamores❤
De vez en cuando expresa emociones su cara (muuuuuuuy de vez en cuando) #Sofia #pokerface #laamo
#Sofia tiene frio 🐶🐱🐕 💧💦☔❄
#Sofia  tiene frio 🐶🐱🐕 💧💦☔❄
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Sofia. Bulgaria. Храм-паметник,,Свети Александър Невски. 
#alexandernevsky #cathedral  #sofia #bizantine #architecture #gold #wonderfullday #iger #picoftheday #turistipercaso #naturephotography #natgeotravel
Mis amores 👦🏽👶🏻 #cesar #sofia
The veil of adulthood is upon us... thanks @audi_nashville + @bloodworthmotorcycles 
#VroomVroom #Vespa #RossoDragon #sofia #ferris #adulting101 #epictna #nashvilleans