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Researchers find most distant known black hole in the early Universe

A research team from across the world has announced the discovery of the most distant black hole yet. It formed when the Universe was still in its infancy. The post Researchers find most distant known black hole in the early Universe appeared first on Skymania News. Republication on other sites is not permitted. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other cont
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