Weekly Weather Report 5/16 – 5/20; Black Hole in Milky Way Galaxy

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Mark Ong

For the last weekly weather report in Chandler, Ariz. near record high temperatures will start off the week. Temperatures will be over 100 degrees fahrenheit which is about 10 degrees above average for this time of the year. It is important to stay hydrated, get air conditioning and drink plenty of water to stay healthy during a heat wave. 

 

Monday, May 16

High Temperature: 103 degrees Fahrenheit

Low Temperature: 68 degrees Fahrenheit

Humidity: 6 percent

Wind Speed: 11 mph

Forecast: Sunny

Chance of Rain: 0 percent

 

Tuesday, May 17

High Temperature: 102 degrees Fahrenheit

Low Temperature: 68 degrees Fahrenheit

Humidity: 11 percent

Wind Speed: 8 mph

Forecast: Sunny

Chance of Rain: 0 percent

 

Wednesday, May 18

High Temperature: 99 degrees Fahrenheit

Low Temperature: 67 degrees Fahrenheit

Humidity: 15 percent

Wind Speed: 7 mph

Forecast: Partly Cloudy

Chance of Rain: 0 percent

 

Thursday, May 19

High Temperature: 100 degrees Fahrenheit

Low Temperature: 67 degrees Fahrenheit

Humidity: 14 percent

Wind Speed: 13 mph

Forecast: Sunny

Chance of Rain: 0 percent

 

Friday, May 20

High Temperature: 97 degrees Fahrenheit

Low Temperature: 66 degrees Fahrenheit

Humidity: 14 percent

Wind Speed: 15 mph

Forecast: Sunny

Chance of Rain: 0 percent

A picture of the Black Hole at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy

 

Astronomers were able to image the second picture of a black hole over with the first picture taken in 2019. This month, astronomers from around the world combined high powered telescopes to image the black hole at the center of the milky way galaxy known as Sagittarius A. Black holes form when a massive object in space such as a star collapses under its own eight and pressure and creates a massive supernova explosion. Following the explosion, a black hole forms which is believed to have infinite density and its gravitational pull is so strong that nothing can escape its gravitational pull, not even light. If the star is not heavy enough when it collapses, it becomes a neutron star. The imaging of the second black hole in the universe at the center of the milky galaxy is a big leap and accomplishment for astronomers to study more about black holes in the universe.