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Binary Disruption By A Black Hole
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Binary Disruption By A Black Hole
This computer simulation tracks the movement of stars near a black hole. One star is captured into a close orbit (a possible origin for the S-stars in the Galactic center), another is ejected, becoming a hypervelocity star.


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Posted by nova on April 19, 2011
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