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Posted by Gerald Dondanville on September 15, 2000 08:28:47 UTC

Hi Virginia,
Did you find any more about that new black hole ? The best I could find was some info on what is being termed a middle sized black hole. For an image and short description with lots`o`links, click here.

There also seems to be some imaging evidence of a black hole not associated with a star or galaxzy center.

There is an image of what is so far the closest candidate for a black hole

Maybe every galaxzy has a black hole at the center.

The milky way in infrared.

The milky way in the 1.2m band, a molecule map of the milky way.

The milky way by the glow of the gamma rays.

M.W. again in x-rays.

each of the links above has lots`o`links.

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