Now, researchers have found, for the first time, that a supermassive black hole's flare was caused by the ejection of its corona.
In fact, all the buildings in West Terschelling were burned down, except the church and the lighthouse "Brandaris".Alas, in later times that broke down also and that very old church was replaced by a new one. (On many houses in the village, you find that year marked indeed, via the wall anchors).And like many old people, she was fooled enough in life to be clever at the end, so she answered them: “Go back, it’s not the right place to be; hundreds of them are rising up already and thousands are laying down! She was talking about the many tombstones on that old “flood-mound” - long ago created for the safety of the church and the local people - and about the many more bodies buried there, in what was left after centuries, the graveyard!Result: these “sea dogs” returned to their maritime life, the daily rowing and sailing on the seas.This diagram shows how a shifting feature, called a corona, can create a flare of X-rays around a black hole.
The corona (feature represented in purplish colors) gathers inward (left), becoming brighter, before shooting away from the black hole (middle and right).
The observations began when Swift, which monitors the sky for cosmic outbursts of X-rays and gamma rays, caught a large flare coming from the supermassive black hole called Markarian 335, or Mrk 335, located 324 million light-years away in the direction of the constellation Pegasus.
Astronomers have spotted black holes flare in the past, but what causes this to happen has long been a mystery.
‘t Wyfke fan Stryp (the sage of Clever Granny of Seeryp) by Willem de Jong When these “overheated navy hooligans” were finished in West-Terschelling with their “Bonfire”, at least a number of them marched further Eastward, to the other villages on the island.
They were keen on more wealth, more attractive and helpless women, and more liquor too!
Four of the seven American airman appear to be wearing their flying kit, easily recognisable with that fur collar.