Possible “portals” to remote regions of the universe found in space

Possible "portals" to remote regions of the universe found in space

Scientists have found possible “portals” in space to remote regions of the universe. They may be some supermassive black holes in the center of galaxies.

Russian scientists have found that black holes in very bright galaxies may be inputs to these “portals” or “wormholes” (wormholes). In theory, a spacecraft could pass through such portals. However, they are surrounded by intense radiation, which nullifies the crew’s chances of survival.

The similarity between a wormhole and a black hole is that they have extremely strong gravity. However, scientists believe that a body cannot escape from a black hole by getting beyond the event horizon, while the wormhole must have an exit somewhere in another part of space.

Thus, the experts note, the collision of two bodies inside the wormhole on images from space would look like an explosion. That is, the active galactic nucleus (AGN), which seemed as such previously, in fact, may be the entrance to the “portal”.

Russian physicist Mikhail Piotrovich emphasizes that scientists still know little about the internal structure of the “wormhole”. Moreover, they are not even sure that such phenomenon exists at all. In addition, the nearest object similar to it is 13 million light years away, so it is unlikely that man will reach it in the foreseeable future.