NASA’s Swift satellite found signs of a new Black Hole in Milky Way galaxy. Swift J 1745.26


America’s Space agency NASA’s Swift satellite has found the signs of an unknown black hole in our Milky Way. Space scientists have no idea about its real distance from our planet, but they are believing as it is on a distance of 20 to 30 thousand light years away from the inner space of our Milky Way. It has been reported that this Black Hole has been came into vision due to the light of a Bright X-ray Nova. The Head Researcher of this project,  Neil Gehrels said that ‘such lightning X-ray Nova are rare to be seen, and this the only such X-ray Nova, which Swift has captured. Actually, we were waiting for the same’.
A scientist, Borris Baruffati has shown his hope that as the effects of this X-ray Nova will get decreased, we will be able to clear if it is really a Black Hole or not, but knowing its mass.




  • What is a Black Hole?
Black hole is that place in the space, from where even light rays do not come back due to the ultimate gravitational force of that area.

  • What is the name of new Black Hole, found by NASA’s swift satellite?
NASA has named this new found Black Hole as ‘Swift J 1745.26’ depending on the situations and founder satellite ‘Swift’.

  • Where is the new black hole found by NASA’s Swift satellite located?
The new Black Hole is present some degrees away from our Milky Way (or Aakaash Ganga).




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