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Using Webb, scientists discover the most distant active supermassive black hole

Using Webb, scientists discover the most distant active supermassive black hole

Published by NASASpaceflight on 07/08/2023

Utilizing the infrared-sensitive instruments of the joint NASA/European Space Agency (ESA)/Canadian Space Agency (CSA) James Webb Space Telescope, a group of scientists has discovered the most distant active supermassive black hole to date. Located within a galaxy named CEERS 1019 — that existed just 570 million years after the formation of the universe — the black hole is less massive than any other black hole identified in the early universe.

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Judy & Ken O' Neill
Judy & Ken O' Neill
10 months ago

Its full of Stars.!!!!!!