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Re: Supermassive Black Holes At The Center Of Galaxies

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Posted by spliffton/">spliffton on June 8, 1998 17:01:33 UTC

Supermassive black holes @ the center of galaxies is nothing compared to the black holes @ the center of quasars. Spiraling galaxies I believe tend to become quasars. Quasars reflecting 100 times more light than galaxies are condensed material more dense than galaxies you see everywhere today. Will our galaxie become a quasar...most likely.

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