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Black holes love to eat, but they have different table manners – Commentary Box Sports

This is evidenced by research conducted by astronomers from Groningen, Manchester and Pretoria using hypersensitive radio telescopes in a well-studied

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This is evidenced by research conducted by astronomers from Groningen, Manchester and Pretoria using hypersensitive radio telescopes in a well-studied part of the universe. They will soon publish their findings in two articles in the Journal of International Trade Astronomy and Astrophysics.
Astronomers have been studying so-called active galaxies since the 1950s. These are galaxies with a supermassive black hole at their center that devours matter. This, among other things, leads to the release…

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