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Equipotential Roche Lobe
  • Deep Bhattacharjee
Deep Bhattacharjee

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There are more than a billion galaxies in our observable universe and every astrophysical phenomena concerning to the galaxies, to stars to planets can be easily approximated by Newtonian mechanics’, post-Newtonian kinematics and general relativity. However, the field equations of general relativity (GR) include a cosmological constant term, lambda, to interpret the negative pressures existing in our universe that accelerates expansion. However, this expansion can be overwhelmed by the inward movements of the galaxies and during the final fate when two galaxies collide, likewise, if ‘Milky-Way and Andromeda’ collides, the super massive black holes existing at the center of every galaxies, ranging from a million to a billion to even more than the typical solar mass, collides, and they got captured in a gravity generated quasi-equipotential topology where there exists five Lagrange points along with a specified limit of the capturing black holes where if one black hole becomes beyond the Roche lobe then, mass inflow rate starts and the mass would start to flow from the large black holes to small black holes and this creates a gravitational merger where the rotational angular momentum gets con- served to relativistic jets and an accretion disc is produced. This merger results in the whistling of a large proportional of sinusoidal gravitational waves which ripples thought the space-time dimensions and gets detected in ‘interferometer gravity detectors’ like LIGO. The final fate is the Larger SMBH which exists at the heart of the newly formed galaxies. Detailed astrophysical analysis has been done in this paper and related theory has been provided to cope with the recent findings and observations taking place resulting the super massive black holes in galactic collisions.