Shouldn't there be halo of EM waves around all the blackholes?
When a star falls into a blackhole, there has to be some radiation perpendicular to the blackhole, which is at some point at the right distance to form a halo.
Is the amount of bending of light due to gravity same for all EM waves...
Is there an equation that calculate how much gravitational force is needed to bend the light, say, to form an arc of x radius?
EDIT: Never mind. Some google search pointed me to the following url.
I don't think I'm knowledgeable enough to understand...
I see. I never thought the milkyway picture is completely an artist's impression (of course, with scientific evidence given in Austronuc's link http://www.atlasoftheuniverse.com/milkyway.html). I was assuming it was an extrapolation of the pictures of the nearby stars.
I wonder how they pin...
In this article, in couple of places they mention about space moving faster than light. It's incorrect, right?
(from the article)
Hamilton also described them as places where space is falling faster...