Astronomers capture exact moment supermassive black hole DEVOURED entire star | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Astronomers capture exact moment supermassive black hole DEVOURED entire star

Through constant vigilance and some good fortune, astronomers have managed to capture the moment a supermassive black hole in a galaxy 215 million light-years away tore a star apart.

The so-called ‘tidal disruption event’ (TDE) is the closest such death of a star humanity has ever witnessed.

Astronomers were alerted by the intense flash of light, visible hundreds of millions of light years away, just before parts of the star disappeared into the black hole’s event horizon after being ‘spaghettified’ by the immense gravity.

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