The first black hole ever seen has a name: Hawaiian naming
On April 10th, the first black hole photo in history was released, which caused global attention.
On April 10th, the first black hole photo in history was announced, which triggered global attention. The black hole is located in the center of a giant elliptical galaxy M87 in Virgo, 55 million
light-years from Earth, and is about 6.5 billion times more massive than the Sun.
On April 13th, according to the report of Chinanews.com, the black hole was photographed with the Hawaiian name "Powehi", which means "the dark source of infinite creation."
It is understood that the name for the black hole is Professor Hawaiian expert Larry Kimura from the University of Hawaii at Hilo.
It is reported that the word Powehi refers to the "source of darkness of infinite creation", taken from the 18th century ode Song Kumulipo, which describes the creation of the Hawaiian universe.
Professor Larry Kimura said that the scientific evidence for the existence of the first black hole in history was named in Hawaiian and was of great significance to himself.
The first black hole photo in history is the result of the work of the Transient Telescope (EHT) Transnational Research Program. Eight radio telescopes scattered around the world form a virtual
array telescope as large as Earth, two of which are located on the Hawaiian Mauna Kea dormant volcano.
It is understood that the M87 galaxy black hole is a huge black hole in the center of the M87 galaxy. Scientists discovered this huge black hole in Hawaii using the 8.1-meter Frederic C Gillette
Gemini telescope in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. It is about 5500 from the solar system. Wan Guangnian. Its huge size is 6.8 million times that of the sun, enough to engulf the entire solar system.