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Source of Colossal Black Holes of the Early Universe Revealed --"A Cosmic Miracle!" (Today's Most Popular)

"It's a cosmic miracle," said Volker Bromm of The University of Texas at Austin, referring to the precise set of conditions present half a billion years after the Big Bang that allowed these behemoths to emerge. "It's the only time...        
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