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NASA has posted a video of the sound of a black hole on Twitter, after seeing which people said that this sound is similar to ૐ.
- NASA posted on Twitter the video of the sound of the black hole
- People said that this sound is similar to ૐ
- IPS Sandeep Mittal also tweeted
NASA posted on Twitter the video of the sound of the black hole
In his popular TV series Cosmos, the famous astronomer Carl Sagan says that Hinduism is the only religion in which the time scale corresponds to the discoveries of modern scientists today. In the meantime, Carl Sagan connects the discovery of the birth of the universe and the cosmic cycle with ancient Hindu mythology in the direction of modern science. Also View Junagadh Girnar Viral Video.
Many discoveries in the direction of modern science have been linked to the astronomical and scientific knowledge tradition mentioned in ancient Indian and mythological history. Before Einstein’s discovery of relativity, time dilation and time did not have a widespread society. Long before that, it was mentioned in the Indian Vedic scriptures that one day of Lord Brahma is equal to 8.6 lakh billion years of the earth. In this we also get a mention of head-turning facts like time dilation. View Last Selfie On Earth
People said that this sound is similar to ૐ
Ancient Vedic literature has a deep connection with today’s modern science. A tweet from NASA is going viral these days. In it, he has delivered a video of a dark opening in the Perseus world, 200 million light years away.
In this video, a black hole can be heard making a sound like ૐ
Most of space is vacuum. Thus sound waves cannot travel in it. This makes it very difficult to record the sound of a black hole. However, the abundance of gas in the galaxy cluster helped NASA record the sound of this black hole.
After the sound is recorded, it is amplified and mixed with other data to make it known. NASA has used a special technique called sonification to capture the sound of black holes. Earlier in 2019, NASA released the first image of a black hole at the center of a galaxy called Messier 87 with the help of the Event Horizon Telescope.
IPS Sandeep Mittal also tweeted
After the black hole sound was revealed, many people on Twitter are claiming that the sound is similar to the sound of ૐ. And IPS Sandeep Mittal tweeted and said that our sages have given the name ૐ to this sound. Whose sound has the ability to invoke deluge and is more influential than any object, animal, planet etc. in the universe. If we say superstition and NASA says science.