Most Huge Black Hole Establish By Texas Telescope


Astronomers with a telescope in the Lone Star state have calculated what they believe is the most huge black hole yet recorded, The University of Texas at Austin (UT). The black crack, which lies at the middle of the galaxy NGC 1277, located some 220 million light-years from Earth, is so big it is tricky to comprehend: It is 17 billion solar masses, or 17 billion period the mass of our Sun, and makes up 14% of its comparatively small host galaxy’s entire mass.

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