XTE J1650?500

XTE J1650 -500 is a late 2001 discovered X-ray binary star in Südsternbild altar, which contains the previously smallest known black hole.

By collapsing into the black hole matter, which is accelerated by the immense gravity of the hole at very high speeds, jets arise, which, as it is thought to be emitted in a specific depending on the size of the hole frequency. The conjecture states that the smaller and lighter the black hole, the higher the frequency of the emitted jets. Are these assumptions correct and transferable, XTE J1650 -500 is about four solar masses much lighter than GRO 1655-40 ( six solar masses ) and therefore the lightest known black hole now at all.