When a supermassive black hole has such rays, it is classified as a blazer. Astronomers point out that the magnetic poles in the black hole channel the energy up from the supplement and shoot it out with an enormous amount of energy – the beam trapped in the image travels at about 0.995 times the speed of light. Oddly enough, the current jet seems to project from the black hole at an odd angle. This has been confirmed by Dr. Ziri Younsi from University College London, who is a co-author of the magazine that featured the photo. According to The watchman, he says, this may indicate a “kink”
This image will hopefully help astronomers answer some compelling questions, such as how matter and energy are transported from the accretion plate to the poles in a black hole, or why our own super-massive black hole – which is 200 times smaller than the image – does not shoot out rays of energy.