Sat 1 Jul, 2023 01:43 pm
The Phoneix A black hole is a supermassive black hole located at the center of the galaxy Holmberg 15A. The Phoneix A black hole has garnered interest due to its extraordinary size and the unique environment it inhabits. The mass of the Phoneix A is equivalent to around 100 billion Sun's, making it one of the biggest black holes in the Universe. Its size, or event horizon radius, is believed to be several times the diameter of our solar system. The Phoneix A demonstrates the upper limits of black hole growth and challenges our understanding of the processes that lead to the formation of such massive objects. The Phoneix A and it's host galaxy, Holmberg 15A, provide insight into the role of supermassive black holes in galaxy formation and evolution. We are then able to further our knowledge of the intricate connection between these cosmic phenomenon.