For this question, you will be creating an image of a black hole jet. There are 3 parts to this question. You will need to scroll down after each response to continue. To begin, here is some background information.

Does everything that comes near a black hole get sucked in? Surprisingly, no! Much of the matter that approaches the edge of a black hole does not end up falling inside but instead is redirected outward in the form of powerful jets. These jets extend far away from the black hole, travelling up to half the speed of light, and can influence the entire galaxy in which it resides.

That text was written for an image of Centaurus A. Below are two versions of an image of Centaurus A. Please click on the image that you think best illustrates the information you just read.