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Supermassive Black Hole



A supermassive black hole is truly enormous and can encompass up to billions of times the mass of a star. It is believed that there is a supermassive black hole in the centre of every Galaxy, including our own. It is thought that these central giants play a significant role in the formation of galaxies and are the gravitic center around which the stars revolve.

See main article: Black Hole

Related entries: Asteroid, Big Bang, Black Hole, Cydonia, Face on Mars, TLP

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