Astronomers are baffled by the black hole that erupts a spaghettified star years after eating it

Astronomers have spotted a black hole mysteriously throwing up pieces of a devoured star several years after consuming it.

The event, which scientists classified as AT2018hyz, began in 2018 when astronomers saw the black hole to ensnare an unfortunate star in its strength gravitational thrust before tearing it apart. Then, three years later, in 2021, a New Mexico radio telescope detected a signal indicating unusual activity: the black hole had begun to burp the star at half the speed of light.

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