## Visual Basic program "VB BHmerger" - Display - BH #3 = 10 m0

• Picture 16 with Phi = 150 shows a situation were the two large BH's collide.
This is more like a head on collision. The two BH's do not spiral together.
• Picture 22 with Phi = 210 also shows a situation were the two large BH's collide.
Also this case is like a head on collision. The two BH's do not spiral together.
• Picture 13 with Phi = 120 BH #3 does not merge and is ejected.
The same with picture 28 and phi = 280
• Picture 15 with Phi = 140 is the most spectacular.
The name of this picture is "Synchrone Dancing of two Black Holes"
What happens in this situation is that BH#1 (Black one) and BH#3 (Green one) become a Binary pair. BH#3 is captured. BH#3 swirls around BH#1 thereby influencing the trajectory of BH#1, which makes many turns. The interesting thing is that at each turn of BH#1 (in black) also BH#2 (in red) makes the same turn. This gives the image that the two BH's are dancing synchrone.
This dancing stops when BH#3 collides with BH#1.
• Picture 32 with phi = 310 also shows this behaviuor, but less clear.
 Picture 1 Phi 0 Picture 2 Phi 10 Picture 3 Phi 20 Picture 4 Phi 30 Picture 5 Phi 40 Picture 6 Phi 50 Picture 7 Phi 60 Picture 8 Phi 70 Picture 9 Phi 80 Picture 10 Phi 90 Picture 11 Phi 100 Picture 12 Phi 110 Picture 13 Phi 120 Picture 14 Phi 130 Picture 15 Phi 140 Picture 16 Phi 150 Picture 17 Phi 160 Picture 18 Phi 170 Picture 19 Phi 180 Picture 20 Phi 190 Picture 21 Phi 200 Picture 22 Phi 210 Picture 23 Phi 220 Picture 24 Phi 230 Picture 25 Phi 240 Picture 26 Phi 250 Picture 27 Phi 260 Picture 28 Phi 270 Picture 29 Phi 280 Picture 30 Phi 290 Picture 31 Phi 300 Picture 32 Phi 310 Picture 33 Phi 320 Picture 34 Phi 330 Picture 35 Phi 340 Picture 36 Phi 350

Created 3 March 2016