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RE: Another Question

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Posted by Chris Duncan on August 1, 2002 22:29:44 UTC

The current knowledge of blackhole formation is the collapse of a sun. But is it the only way? Could a blackhole be formed the same way stars are formed? That would make sense for the supermassive blackholes at the center of each galaxy, wouldn't it? I mean the supermassive blackhole at the center of each galaxy is older than the stars surrounding them, right? Could someone please give me some insight to this idea?

Positively Perplexed,


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