Black hole pulling apart a star

NASA’s planet-finding TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) satellite captured ground-breaking images. A black hole pulling apart a star (in this case the size of our sun) and was shredded into a stream of gas. What happens next in such events is that some parts the tail of the stream escapes into space, while the rest forms a disk of hot and bright gas as it is swallowed around the black hole.

As the sun approaches the black hole as shown in the video, the sun becomes more and more oval, probably caused by the centripetal force at the sun’s equator due to the sun’s rotation. This indicating that the gravity which acts on the sun must decreases. The reason that the gravity decrease may be that the sun’s electrons atmosphere (see my hypothesis of gravity) decreases, due to the electron density decrease against the black hole. The positrons atmosphere surrounding black holes annihilate electrons (see my hypothesis of antimatter, the building block of matter).

When the sun enters a gas cloud it behaves like a comet when it passes around the black hole (a sun of antimatter). The tail is radially directed out from the black hole. After the gas cloud has rounded the black hole it appearing as a comet which return from a star and stretches out like a long snake. However, as the gas cloud and the black hole have different charges “gravity” the black hole attraction force is so large that the stretches out gas cloud is pulled back and form a disk of hot and bright gas around the black hole.

Over the time, the rapidly rotating disk’s fusion process transformed all its matter to positron which will be included in the black hole’s “atmosphere”.

These findings indicate that my hypotheses about gravity, black holes and the building block of matter may be a reasonable theory.