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Sky survey map shows tens of thousands of supermassive black holes – SlashGear

An international team of astronomers has published a new map of the sky and within that map is more than 25,000 supermassive black holes. The map is the most detailed…

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An international team of astronomers has published a new map of the sky and within that map is more than 25,000 supermassive black holes. The map is the most detailed celestial map in the field of low radio frequencies. It was built by astronomers using 52 stations with LOFAR antennas across nine European countries.
One glance at the image above, which is a small snapshot of the sky survey map, and all the little dots look like stars. Scientists note that the dots are all supermassive black holes,…

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