Hypoae Scraa FG-Y f334 A

Black Hole

System: Hypoae Scraa FG-Y f334

Recorded From EDDiscovery
Black holes are typically the stellar remnants of super massive stars of twenty solar masses or more that have reached the end of their lives. Nuclear fusion has ceased, and the star collapsed to the most extreme point possible - where gravity is so extreme light itself can no longer escape. If matter should fall on to such a body, an extreme burst of gamma radiation will be emitted, but otherwise the body is only visible by the gravitational distortion in the vicinity. In many cases black holes can be seen emitting brightly in X-rays because of matter falling on to their surface from a companion body.
First Discovered By: Unknown
Recorded By: Dennis Mark Grummesgaard
Date Recorded: 14 September 3304
Distance From Sol: 23,625.51 ly

Age:12,965 Million Years
Solar Mass:2.644531
Solar Radius:0.000011
Mean Density:2.6448066700064e15 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:0.000000 K
Absolute Magnitude:20.000000
Luminosity:VII
Orbital Period:755.842176 Days
Semi Major Axis:0.598045 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.110057
Orbital Inclination:-86.376366 °
Argument of Periapsis205.741516 °
Rotational Period0.185744 Seconds
Atmospheric composition data is not available for stars
Planetary composition data is not available for stars
Hypoae Scraa FG-Y f334 A has no rings
This object holds no Galactic Records