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Discovery of a Dying Supermassive Black Hole Via a 3000-year-long Light Echo

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Discovery of a Dying Supermassive Black Hole Via a 3000-year-long Light Echo

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Supermassive black holes (SMBH) occupy the center of galaxies, with masses ranging from one million to 10 billion solar masses. Some SMBHs are in a bright phase called active galactic nuclei (AGN).

AGNs will eventually burn out since there is a maximum mass limit for SMBHs; scientists have long since pondered when that will be.

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