Supermassive black hole appears to emit radiation like an ‘extragalactic afterburner’

Astronomers at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research study “extragalactic afterburner.”

Supermassive black hole appears to emit radiation like an ‘extragalactic afterburner’

Science Recorder | Mark Petillo | Monday, December 24, 2012

Space continues to be a source of extraordinary discoveries and the latest finding by a group of astronomers is no exception. Astronomers discovered an "extragalactic afterburner" trailing over two million light years from the center of a far off galaxy, according to a statement from the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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