Record record: Scientists have discovered the earliest known supermassive black hole “storm”

The massive maelstrom that rages in the youth of the universe could help scientists better understand how galaxies and their central black holes interact.

Most, if not all, galaxies are based on a supermassive black hole. In our own Milky Way, there is, for example, a monster known as Sagittarius A *, which is about as massive as 4.3 million suns.

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