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Re: Blackholes And Quazars

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Posted by Me21 on June 18, 1998 11:44:07 UTC

: what's a quazar? A quazar is a star that releases enormous amounts of energy and radio waves. Quazar's are the furthest detectable object in known space. That's the best I can tell you.

If any one knows any thing more or that there is some thing wrong with what I posted please leave a post.

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