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Re: Supermassive Black Holes At The Center Of Galaxies

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Posted by Matt Szafir/">Matt Szafir on April 7, 1999 16:46:57 UTC

: Here's a theory: : There is something called an accertation disk circling around a black hole in another galaxy. It's basically a bunch of dust circling the black hole that is doomed to eventually be sucked into it. It is in a flat, disklike shape. : Well, what if the galaxy is really a huge accertation disk around a supermassive black hole at the center of our universe? If so, we are slowly coming closer and closer... : I hope to explore this theory more with a graphic novel or comic book series I hope to have published sometime soon.

Is there a difference in black holes in the center of eliptical galaxies than the black holes in spiral galaxies? Is the black whole in the center of a spiral galaxies what gives them their shape?

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