Star’s 'Death Spiral' Produces Shock Waves Far From Black Hole

SPACE.COM | on Mon, Mar 20, 4:04 AM

By Steve Spaleta | March 20, 2017 04:04pm ET Debris from a tidal disruption event, named ASASSN-14li, collided with itself during the star's destruction. The collision created "shock waves that emit ultraviolet and optical light far from the black hole," according to NASA. credit : NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

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