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    #재탕주의
인친 여러분들이 많이 좋아해주셨던 사진을 가지고 한 번 포토샵에 도전해봤어요😅
달은 쉬웠는데 별은 소스가 없어서 만드는 것도 어렵고 처음이라 어색한게 티나지만
항상 허전했던 하늘을 채워 볼 수 있어 좋은 것 같아요
심심할 때 한 번씩 도전해 봐야겠어요😁

    #재탕주의
    인친 여러분들이 많이 좋아해주셨던 사진을 가지고 한 번 포토샵에 도전해봤어요😅
    달은 쉬웠는데 별은 소스가 없어서 만드는 것도 어렵고 처음이라 어색한게 티나지만
    항상 허전했던 하늘을 채워 볼 수 있어 좋은 것 같아요
    심심할 때 한 번씩 도전해 봐야겠어요😁

    136 19 1 hour ago
    “ Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations”
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Taken with the Sony A7iii paired with the Tamron 17-28 F2.8
Focus stacked in PS and final edits done in LR
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    “ Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations”
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    Taken with the Sony A7iii paired with the Tamron 17-28 F2.8
    Focus stacked in PS and final edits done in LR
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    A superfast black hole nearly 60 million light-years away appears to be pushing the ultimate speed limit of the universe, a new study says. For the first time, astronomers have managed to measure the rate of spin of a supermassive black hole-and it's been clocked at 84 percent of the speed of light, or the maximum allowed by the law of physics. Notorious for ripping apart and swallowing stars, supermassive black holes live at the center of most galaxies, including our own Milky Way.

Astronomers detected x-ray particle remnants of stars circling in a pancake-shaped accretion disk surrounding the black hole, and used this data to help determine its rate of spin. By getting a fix on this spin speed, astronomers now hope to better understand what happens inside giant black holes as they gravitationally warp space-time around themselves. Supermassive black holes have a large impact in the evolution of their host galaxy, where a self-regulating process occurs between the two structures. "When more stars are formed, they throw gas into the black hole, increasing its mass, but the radiation produced by this accretion warms up the gas in the galaxy, preventing more star formation," said Risaliti. Knowing how fast black holes spin may also help shed light how the entire universe evolved.
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    A superfast black hole nearly 60 million light-years away appears to be pushing the ultimate speed limit of the universe, a new study says. For the first time, astronomers have managed to measure the rate of spin of a supermassive black hole-and it's been clocked at 84 percent of the speed of light, or the maximum allowed by the law of physics. Notorious for ripping apart and swallowing stars, supermassive black holes live at the center of most galaxies, including our own Milky Way.

    Astronomers detected x-ray particle remnants of stars circling in a pancake-shaped accretion disk surrounding the black hole, and used this data to help determine its rate of spin. By getting a fix on this spin speed, astronomers now hope to better understand what happens inside giant black holes as they gravitationally warp space-time around themselves. Supermassive black holes have a large impact in the evolution of their host galaxy, where a self-regulating process occurs between the two structures. "When more stars are formed, they throw gas into the black hole, increasing its mass, but the radiation produced by this accretion warms up the gas in the galaxy, preventing more star formation," said Risaliti. Knowing how fast black holes spin may also help shed light how the entire universe evolved.
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