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Astronomers discover 83 supermassive black holes in the early universe

Astronomers from Japan, Taiwan, and Princeton University have discovered 83 quasars fueled by supermassive black holes formed when the universe was only 5 percent of its present age was. Here you can see the impression of an artist of a quasar. In the middle is a supermassive black hole, and the gravitational energy of the resulting material is released as …

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Astronomers around the world train in case a huge asteroid threatens the Earth

Artistic concept of the apocalypse. Illustration: NASA / Don Davis On October 12, 2017, a 20-meter asteroid passed just 50,000 kilometers (31,000 miles) from Earth. For weeks, dozens of astronomers from laboratories around the world mobilized to measure everything for the asteroid in anticipation of a collision. This asteroid was discovered five years ago and astronomers knew it was not …

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Astronomers discover hidden black hole lurking in the galactic center

By Kenzo Kinugasa, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan 3. March 2019 An artist's impression of a gas cloud whirling around a black hole. Astronomers have discovered a stealthy black hole due to its effects on an interstellar gas cloud. This medium-sized black hole is one of over 100 million silent black holes that are expected to lurk in our galaxy. …

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Astronomers discover new objects that are farthest away

It was not long ago when astronomers discovered the presence of what was then the farthest object in our solar system. The 2018 VG18 object was nicknamed "FarOut" by researchers, who discovered it. Unfortunately, the problem with naming space objects is that they eventually find one that is bigger, faster, or in this case farther away than the previous record …

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Astronomers investigate extreme variability of the 'Big Dipper' active galactic nucleus

The multiwavelength spectral energy distribution of SDSS J2232-0806. Modeled data are shown in pink: the XMM-Newton OM and EPIC-pn data of 2013 December 14; WHT spectrum of 2013 September 9 and WISE W1 ​​and W2 IR photometry. Additionally, other archival data in white: WISE W3 and W4 IR photometry from 2010; 2MASS IR photometry from 1998; SDSS photometry from 2000 …

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