NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has located an object whirling around unbelievably close to a supermassive black hole. The mysterious disk is located 130 million light-years away in the spiral galaxy NGC 3147. This presence shows us the first-ever effects of both general and special relativity in visible light with this much clarity. This is so fascinating because black holes in galaxies like NGC 3147 are smaller in magnitude following the absence of sufficient capturable mass and therefore it is puzzling a thin disk that mimics much more powerful disks found in other galaxies with energized black holes is encircling a black hole in NGC 3147. The disk is embedded so deeply in the black hole's intense gravitational field that even the light from the gas disk is modified and it is expected that the black hole is moving at speeds more than 10% of the speed of light. The black hole's mass is around 250 million Suns. 

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