Scientists dismissed the Newton’s theory of gravity and warns Einstein’s is next

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ISAAC NEWTON is always regarded as the greatest scientist of all time. When the Scientists goes on researching on the black hole they have been found some vulnerability in the theories which was proposed by the ISAAC NEWTON, hence scientists dismissed the Newton’s theory of gravity.

After a long time it is more than a century Albert Einstein published his iconic theory of general relativity, the most observation test of general relativity near the black hole at the centre of our galaxy, University of California’s Professor Andrea Ghez has said that Einstein’s theory of general relativity still holds up – for now. Professor Ghez said: ”Einstein’s right, at least for now. We can absolutely rule out Newton’s law of gravity. “Our observations are consistent with Einstein’s theory of general relativity”.

“It cannot fully explain gravity inside a black hole, and at some point we will need to move beyond Einstein’s theory to a more comprehensive theory of gravity that explains what a black hole is”.

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According to Professor Ghez Einstein’s theory has been given good detailed information about how gravity works.

The professor is watching a star known as S0-2 as it makes a complete orbit in three dimensions around the supermassive black hole at the Milky Way’s center.

According to the researchers, their work is the most detailed one that’s ever have been conducted into the supermassive black hole and Einstein’s theory of general relativity.

The key data in the research popped up when the star made its closest approach to the huge black hole.

Professor Ghez says: ”What’s so special about S0-2 is we have its complete orbit in three dimensions. That’s what gives us the entry ticket into the tests of general relativity. We asked how gravity behaves near a supermassive black hole and whether Einstein’s theory is telling us the full story.”

She continued and said: “Seeing stars go through their complete orbit provides the first opportunity to test fundamental physics using the motions of these stars.”

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