-No but you need to be super smart and very fit to do it.
-Can you dance?
-How big you’d make your belly dance?
-I don’t know, I just want to.
-How long would you last?
-That’s a bad thing, I’d die.
A new, multi-layered, 3D map created by a team of scientists based on images of the comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko from the Hubble Space Telescope is being used to map out the region of the galaxy where this massive, comet-like object, known as the Siding Spring Cluster or “SGC,” is situated. This is just one of many findings from a new study led by Daniel Kritski, of the University of California, Berkeley in the USA, and colleagues that is presented in a recent online edition of the Astrophysical Journal. The results of the study show that SGC is much larger than previously thought, with its size ranging from more than 70 million light years in diameter to well over 1 billion light years.
An artist’s impression of the SGC. The cluster is located 1,500 light years away in the constellation Libra (The Fox). Credit: University of California, Berkeley. In this example, the astronomers measured an object, known as O1, with an initial radius of 50 microns that is approximately 1,000 light years away (at right). The size of SGC is estimated by using the Hubble Space Telescope’s image, which is the largest available and contains data from all wavelengths, from X-rays and UV to near Infra-red light. It took more than seven years for data from this image to accumulate, which allowed scientists to map out the area within which the SGC is located – known as the plane – using the data collected after the SGC had been revealed by the Hubble telescope. Using detailed maps made with the HST, the scientists were able to determine the location of the SGC at an accuracy in about one millionth of a millimetre.
The SGC is thought to contain the material in the region formed by the collision of two supermassive black holes during a massive formation event in the universe some 13 billion years ago. By measuring the distribution of gas and dust within the galaxy, astronomers were able to map out the distribution of the objects in SGC, so their sizes are now known.
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