Astronomy: Researchers discover a black hole 1,600 light-years away

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A star orbits the black hole once every 185 days

Source: © T. Müller (MPIA), PanSTARRS DR1, ESA/Gaia/DPAC

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The fascination of black holes

HANDOUT - The bright, star-like quasar (centre) that is the active nucleus of a galaxy can be seen in front of its host galaxy.  (undated picture).  A gigantic gravitational-wave tsunami has ejected a supermassive black hole from the heart of its host galaxy.  (to dpa

The first photo of the black hole in our Milky Way

The View Near a Black Hole, drawn by April Hobart, CXC: In the center of a swirling whirlpool of hot gas is a black hole.  Studies of the bright light emitted by the swirling gas frequently indicate not only that a black hole is present, but also likely attributes.  (Photo by: Photo 12/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

Illustration of the solar system with a ninth planet

Search for celestial bodies

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