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Cosmic dinner by DsVortex Cosmic dinner by DsVortex
Cosmic dinner.

A massive blackhole starts to devour a star.
This may just be a little snack for this supermassive blackhole.

Comments, suggestions and favs always welcome, download for full view.

Hope you like :)
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M-Ryan28 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011
You know this is happening at one two-star system? It's fascinating, smaller, more massive dead star is eating her sister...

Nice imagining here :)
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DsVortex Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011
Hey thanks for the comment,

I don't doubt that it's happening quite a lot through out the universe.

Glad you like :)
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pogona2009 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2011
awesome, yet I find weird the flames of the star (green?), also it would be nice to see the gas moving from the star to the center of the black hole, but that depends on how you prefer the picture.

great job however, nice black hole.
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DsVortex Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2011
Hey thanks for your comment.

A different spectrum of light... na im colour blind so a cant see it lol I will correct this when i get home tonight, with a little help from my girlfriend lol.

Thanks again.
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TorinZece Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2011
Impressive view.

Only, is not the inner disk going one way, and the outer disk from the star circulating in another direction?
At least the stuff from the star seems to bend down and then circle in from the bottom turning UP from the other side.

And the clearly seen spirals inside are curved the other directions....

If I am percieving this wrong, let me know.
It might be a good time to make up a great excuse.
Love it.
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DsVortex Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2011
Hey thanks for your comment,

Answer to your question. No the inner disc is infact a duplicate of the outer disc, they are all spiining in the same direction :)
However that being said, know one really knows what a black hole looks like, so anything could be possible.

Glad you liked it :)
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