Awesome NASA Animation Shows Neutron Stars Ripping Each Other Apart (VIDEO)
Unless you’re very, very unlucky, you’re never going to bump up against a black hole. But a new animation from NASA gives a spectacular, close-up look at a black hole forming from the collision of two neutron stars. These aren’t bumper cars. NASA says these collisions are among the most violent events in the universe. The video was put together at the space agency’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., using a supercomputer simulation created by Germany’s Albert Einstein Institute. The animation runs about two minutes but shows an encounter that, in the real world, would happen in mere milliseconds….
Source: Technology – The Huffington Post