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Rare Black Hole in Galaxy Messier 82

Hey all,

Good Evening wishes for all. I am going to share you that a group of astronomers from University of Maryland has discovered a Black hole in the nearby Galaxy Messier 82. The Galaxy Messier 82 is 12 million light years from earth (You may think about how much far it is). Okay lets get to facts, that the Black hole is about 400 times of that of Eart (Amazing is it not). Another important thing is this is the first time that a Black hole like that discovered is seen in Austronut's Field. One Mr. Deeraj Pasham a graduate student from Maryland University has estimated it will be 428 times the mass of the Sun. Great and wonderful achievement it is seems to be.

Happy things for all.

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nitsbubb wrote on August 25, 2014, 11:09 AM

Nice to read something about astronomy. My hobby is astronomy and thanks for sharing this information.

LynnWrites wrote on August 25, 2014, 1:24 PM

They are making amazing strides in space exploration. I like seeing where they are heading!

LoudMan wrote on August 25, 2014, 3:33 PM

Funny how they talk about an object being 428 times larger than the Sun, as if it's huge, space-wise. Betelgeuse is bigger.

LeaPea2417 wrote on December 15, 2015, 5:07 PM

Space, stars, planets and black holes fascinate me and always have fascinated me. That is interesting that they discovered the black hole in their field of telescope vision.