Group Q Galaxies And Black Holes
Black holes are some of the most mysterious and intriguing objects in the Universe. Gravitational forces near them are so strong that nothing—not even light—can escape their fatal attraction.Small- and intermediate-sized black holes are formed in the cataclysmic explosions that mark the death of large-to-massive stars. Supermassive black holes (m1*2rjm7D41jIgVvGP__OL1wg.jpegillions to billions times more massive than our Sun) exist in the center of galaxies, including the Milky Way. How they form and their role in the creation and maintenance of galactic structures is under study.
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