Black Hole Jet
Taken by Odd Trondal on March 11, 2019 @ Oslo
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Galaxy M87 with a jet

There is possible a second jet on the other side of
the nucleus, but obscured by the galaxy.
Jets are thought to be powered by the accretion of material
onto the supermassive black hole.

Time: 23:44 UT 2019-03-11 Exp.30 x 15 sec.
Telescope: 0.25m f/6.8 with ST-10XME CCD 0.8 arc-sec/pixel
Odd Trondal Obs.code 238 (Uranium). Oslo Norway
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