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Scientists discover the fastest growing black hole which eats a Sun every two days

Zee News Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Scientists discover the fastest growing black hole which eats a Sun every two daysThe energy emitted from this newly discovered supermassive black hole, also known as a quasar, was mostly ultraviolet light but also radiated x-rays.
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News video: Monstrous Black Hole Eats The Sun's Mass Every Two Days

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Scientists have discovered a supermassive black hole that eats up the mass of our sun every two days.

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