Supermassive Black Holes More Common Than Thought, Study Shows

Credit: Black hole: NASA
HOUSTON – A multi-observatory survey of large galaxies and their black holes in the nearby universe suggests that supermassive black holes may be more common than previously assumed. Usually, supermassive black holes – those with masses 10 billion times that of the Sun – are detected in large...

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