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Astronomers Think They've Figured Out the Raging Swirls of Gas Around Supermassive Black Holes


Churning, hellish, hot-cold gas storms swirl around our universe's supermassive black holes. But the scientists involved in discovering them would prefer you call them "fountains." (Space.com) More More

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