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Saint Mary’s University professor studies light at the edge of supermassive black holes - HalifaxToday.ca

'We understand that there's a relationship between how galaxies grow and how black holes at the centre grow, but we don't really know exactly which one is driving which.''We understand that there's a relationship between how galaxies grow and how black holes at the centre grow, but we don't really know exactly which one is driving which.'

Nova Scotia professor studies light at the edge of supermassive black holes | Globalnews.ca

Out there, somewhere in the cosmos, there could be a traversing black hole no longer at the center of its galaxy. In a journal published by the American Astronomical Society, scientists have noticed the supermassive black hole thought to be the center of Abell 2261 may no longer there. Instead, [...]Out there, somewhere in the cosmos, there could be a traversing black hole no longer at the center [...]

Scientists May Have Lost Track of a Supermassive Black Hole