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Posted by Rich on October 6, 2000 15:07:29 UTC

Susanna, There is a newly discovered black hole in the galaxy M82. It`s very interesting because it is thought to be a middle sized black hole, and it also exists far from the center of the galaxy. No one was sure that this type of arangment could occur until now. Other black holes are in Cygnus (CygnusX-1), and the galaxy m-87 is thought to have a black hole. I hope this helps.

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