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Astronomers Are Homing in on The Colossal Feeding Processes of Huge Black Holes – ScienceAlert

The more we study the Universe, the more it seems likely that each galaxy is orbiting a cosmic colossus – a supermassive black hole, powering the galactic nucleus….

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The more we study the Universe, the more it seems likely that each galaxy is orbiting a cosmic colossus – a supermassive black hole, powering the galactic nucleus.
There’s a lot we don’t know about these giant objects – including the glaring question of how they grow so huge – but new research could help us fill in some of the gaps. According to a new radio survey of all the galaxies in a region of the sky, every supermassive black hole in a galactic nucleus devours matter, although they go about…

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