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What's The Brightest Thing In the Universe?


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This Is The Brightest Object In The Universe!

Quasars are the brightest objects in our entire universe. Quasar have a black hole in centre surrounded by superhot gases. After more than 20 years of search, NASA just discovered the brightest Quasar.

It's 600 trillion times brighter than our sun and located 120 billion trillion km away. It has a huge black hole in middle which is millions of times massive than our sun.

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ब्रह्माण्ड की सबसे चमकीली चीज़ क्या है? (Brightest Thing in the Universe)

In the sky our Sun looks so bright to us, but are there other objects in space that are much brighter than our Sun? Have you ever wondered what is the brightest object in the Universe? Well, the secret is that the brightest object in the world is actually created by the darkest objects in the Universe, Black Holes. Watch the entire video to know more!

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The brightest object in the universe has been discovered, a quasar.
it is also known as PSO J352.4034-15.3373 (P352-15 for short)
Quasars are the result of black holes feeding on galactic material.
More than 200,000 quasars are known

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The Brightest Thing in the Universe...A Black Hole?

Quasars are one of the brightest objects in the universe, but how are they so luminous? Find out how these active galaxies produce so much light only by the force of gravity. (Hint: it involves a black hole!)

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5 MOST INCREDIBLE Objects in SPACE | Top 5 Countdown

Did you ever wonder what is the brightest thing in the universe? Or the biggest thing out there in the darkness? From a huge cloud of rum and raspberries to the largest Quasar Group in the whole Universe, here is a video about 5 Most Incredible Objects in Space!

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5) Sagittarius B2
Sagittarius B2 is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust that is located about 390 light years away from the center of the Milky Way.
It’s cloud has ten billion, billion, billion liters of alcohol floating in it.
Unfortunately scientists say that most of it is undrinkable, but there is some ethanol, which is drinkable by humans and also it tastes of raspberries and smells like rum.

4) Pulsars
A pulsar is a highly magnetized, rotating neutron star that emits a beam of electromagnetic radiation.
Their name came from the fact that if the beam is pointed to Earth, as the Neutron star rortates, it seem to pulse.
Because of the angular momentum, they spin extremely fast. The record speed is about 1122 rotations per second.
Pulsars have a solid core and a liquid mantle which gives the star a magnetic field...about (a trillion) times stronger than the Earth’s magnetic field.

3) Magnetars
Magnetars are neutron stars, like Pulsars, but with a magnetic field even more powerful than a Pular’s magnetic field.
The magnetic field of a Magnetar is (a quadrillion) times stronger than the Earth’s magnetic field.
Their surfaces can reach temperatures up to 18 million degrees Fahrenheit and they are so dense that one tiny spoon of their matter would weigh about 100 million tons.
If you were to drop a dice 1 meter over the surface of a Magnetar, it would hit it in less that a microsecond at around 7.000.000 km/h with an impact of 1.000 nuclear bombs.
If a Magnetar within 10 light years of Earth, fired off a flare in our direction, everything on our planet would be instantly vaporized. Now consider that scientists can detect Magnetars only when they flare up.

2) The Universe’s Largest Electrical Current
A few years ago scientists found an electrical current of cosmic proportions: 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 (a quintillion) amps, or roughly one trillion lightning bolts.
The lightning is thought to originate from an enormous black hole in the center of the galaxy, which has a core that is supposedly a “huge cosmic jet”.
Apparently, the black hole’s huge magnetic field allows it to fire up this lightning bolt through gas and dust to a distance of over 150.000 light years away.
Keep in mind that the Milky Way is considered to be about 100.000 light years wide.

1) The LQG (Large Quasar Group)
As we said before, the Milky Way is considered to be about 100.000 light years across. If something happens on the far side of the galaxy, it would take a hundred thousand years for the light to reach the opposite end.
The Large Quasar Group is (4 billion) light years across...
The cluster of seventy-four quasars actually breaks the rules of standard astrophysics, since the maximum size of any cosmic structure should be only 1.2 billion light years across.
Scientists have absolutely no idea how this huge structure formed, since they had previously only been aware of other clusters of perhaps several hundred million light years across.

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Brightest Stars: Luminosity & Magnitude

When taking Earth as a reference point [...] the scale of magnitude fails to account for the true differences in brightness between stars. The apparent brightness, or apparent magnitude, depends on the location of the observer. Different observers will come up with a different measurement, depending on their locations and distance from the star. Stars that are closer to Earth, but fainter, could appear brighter than far more luminous ones that are far away.


Black holes are infinitely dense and infinitely small so they end up bending the space around them so much that they end up turning it into a sort of funnel that would cause anything that came too close to fall in.
Here the gravity is too strong and everything, including photons of light, gets pulled down to the point of infinite density and smallness called the singularity.

What Is a Black Hole?

Scientists think the smallest black holes are as small as just one atom. These black holes are very tiny but have the mass of a large mountain. Mass is the amount of matter, or stuff, in an object. Another kind of black hole is called stellar. Its mass can be up to 20 times more than the mass of the sun. There may be many, many stellar mass black holes in Earth's galaxy. Earth's galaxy is called the Milky Way. The largest black holes are called supermassive.


Our Milky Way galaxy has one of these supermassive black holes at its center, but our galaxy is not an active one. Active galaxies require that gas and dust are in the act of falling into the black hole and glowing brightly on the way in. The Milky Way isn't currently doing this and when material isn't falling into the black hole, it simply sits.


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What is the Brightest Object in the Universe?

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25 Brightest Objects In Space That You Can See With Your Naked Eye

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Humans have looked to the sky for millennia. Whether it be to devise stories and mythology, note the change of seasons, or navigate around the world's oceans, the celestial sphere has been one of the most important human aides in history. In this list, we bring out the 25 brightest objects in space that you should be able to see (depending on the light pollution in your area) by just looking up to the heavens.

Objects in our sky are ranked by how bright they appear to the average person on Earth - a measure known as apparent visual magnitude. Over the course of a year, the apparent magnitude of a celestial body changes, due to two primary factors: firstly, we see a different sky throughout the course of the year, so a celestial body may not always be visible in our night sky; secondly, since the universe is constantly in motion, some bodies move further away from us with time. Though some objects are easy to spot in the sky, such as our beloved Moon, some are harder to spot unless you know where (or in which constellation) to look. For stargazers and amateur astronomers alike, read this list and see if you can find the 25 Brightest Objects in Space That You Can See With Your Naked Eye.

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What is a Quasar? | David Rives

In the 1950s astronomers were using radio telescopes to learn more about the heavens and they discovered something very strange. These objects, which they named “quasi-stellar objects” (Quasars for short), were small but extremely bright despite being very, very, very far away. What were they?

Well, future research revealed Quasars are feeding black holes or active galactic nuclei. Black holes are basically objects with extremely high densities and a gravitational attraction so strong not even light can escape. Well, clouds of gas and dust can orbit black holes making them active black holes that will feed on this cloud. In a process that physicists don’t yet fully understand, some material rotates fast enough that massive jets, which can stretch for millions of lights years, are formed on either side of the black hole. These jets are particles accelerated to almost the speed of light. Quasars are so bright they outshine their entire host galaxy!

There are several kinds of active galactic nuclei. Quasars are pointed at an angle to us. Blazars are pointed straight at us and radio galaxies are perpendicular to us. These are all the same thing, just different perspectives and thus different names.

Quasars are the brightest thing in the universe. To give you some perspective, quasars can be 10 to 100,000 times brighter than our entire Milky Way galaxy! That’s some serious shine.

And some quasars are found in clusters. One cluster is so massive it’s an inconceivable 4 billion light years across! Now, naturalistic cosmological models, like the big bang, predict that matter and energy will be smoothly distributed throughout the universe. That’s based on the “Cosmological Principle.” But a 4 billion-light-year-diameter cluster of super-massive Quasars seriously challenges the currently accepted models of the universe’s origins.

But this shouldn’t be a surprise because there is a historical record found in the book of Genesis which gives us a different origin of the universe, and even a different timescale. The big bang model has accurately predicted a few things in cosmology… and it’s needed hundreds of adjustments for the things that it inaccurately predicted or didn’t account for. It’s not a robust scientific theory, and I think cosmologists will make new discoveries by leaps and bounds once they finally discard the big bang and start looking toward other models. Could I suggest the Biblical one?

I’m David Rives…Truly the heavens declare the glory of God.

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What is a quasar?

Two billion light years from home, closing in on the edge of the Universe, going back to the beginning of time. This isn’t a galaxy, it’s brighter than 100 galaxies, a blinding beam of energy surging for trillions of miles. The deadliest most powerful thing in the Universe, the quasar. A swirling cauldron of superheated gas, this beast has a heart of darkness, a supermassive black hole as heavy as a billion suns. It’s ripping apart whole stars, devouring them until they’re nothing, lost forever from the visible Universe.

A quasar, or quasi-stellar radio source, is a massive and extremely remote celestial object, emitting exceptionally large amounts of energy, which typically has a star-like image in a telescope. It has been suggested that quasars contain massive black holes and may represent a stage in the evolution of some galaxies.

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