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Black Hole from a Destroyed Dwarf Galaxy Found in a Spectacular 'Edge-On' Galaxy

Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have found a cluster of young, blue stars in the spectacular edge-on galaxy (ESO 243-49 above), encircling the first intermediate-mass black hole ever discovered. The presence of the star cluster suggests that the black...
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