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Discovery nearly doubles known quasars from the ancient universe

Quasars are supermassive black holes that sit at the center of enormous galaxies, accreting matter. They shine so brightly that they are often referred to as beacons and are among the most-distant objects in the Universe that we can currently study. New work from a team led by Carnegie's Eduardo Bañados has discovered 63 new Quasars from when the universe was only a billion years old. (It's about 14 billion years old today.) Artist's...

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