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Black Hole 3-Billion Times Larger Than The Sun

Posted on Friday, 21 March, 2003 | Comment icon 3 comments


 
"Astronomers have weighed a supermassive black hole on the edge of the known universe and found that it is three billion times bigger than the Sun."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Homer on 21 March, 2003, 15:51
You mean it's only three billion times more massive than our sun? And it's only 13 billion light years away? Just kidding Thanks for the article Gareth. Black Holes are cool
Comment icon #2 Posted by Loonboy on 21 March, 2003, 16:16
Jeez, how big were the scales?
Comment icon #3 Posted by albaqwerty on 21 March, 2003, 21:32
(I was wondering that too LB ) amazing what physics etc etc etc can tell us.


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