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Posted by Fred Alencar/">Fred Alencar on March 22, 1998 10:52:33 UTC

Quazars, or Quazi stellar radio sources, are very massive bodies that emit large amounts of radio waves. They are believed to be very massive blackholes, brighter than hundreds of galaxys put together. They are also the farthest objects we can detect in our universe. They are believed to have been created in the early ages of our universe, because they are so distant.

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