NASA put up a video where, with the help of animation, it shows how the star disappears in the black hole. The video shows what happens to the star approaching the black hole: pressed by an immense gravity force, the star bursts into pieces. Some parts of the star flow into different directions, while the largest part of its tissue forms a huge pink disk of gas around the hole. NASA says that this video is an exact illustration of what happens in reality, according to what is seen through X-Ray telescopes observing black holes in the universe. The phenomenon of the star’s disappearance in the black hole is in the center of galaxy that is located 290 millions light years from our planet. Scholars also think that the mass of this star is a couple of million times bigger than the mass of the Sun.