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Radiation from nearby galaxies helped fuel first monster black holes

The appearance of Supermassive black holes at the dawn of the universe has puzzled astronomers since their discovery more than a decade ago. A supermassive black Hole is thought to form over billions of years, but more than two dozen of these behemoths have been sighted within 800 million years of the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago. The massive black hole shown at left in this drawing is able to rapidly grow as intense radiation from...

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