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Black hole emits a 1,000 light-year wide fireball

PhrostyMcByte (589271) writes | more than 4 years ago

Space 1

PhrostyMcByte writes "12 million light-years away in the outer spiral of galaxy NGC 7793, a bubble of hot gas approximately 1,000 light-years in diameter can be found shooting out of a black hole — one of the most powerful jets of energy ever seen. The bubble has been growing for approximately 200,000 years, and is expanding at around 1,000,000 kilometers per hour."
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Figures (1)

Rakeris (1114111) | more than 4 years ago | (#32851446)

Damn SG-1, who they blowing up this time..

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