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The most distant quasar ever found is hiding a seriously supermassive black hole – Space.com

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In a breakthrough discovery, scientists have found the most distant quasar
yet known and it’s home to a seriously supermassive black hole. 
Astronomers led by researchers at the University of Arizona spotted the brilliant quasar about 13.03 billion light-years from Earth. Quasars are among the brightest objects in the universe, quasars are luminous, active galactic nuclei powered by supermassive black holes
that are actively feeding on nearby material. 
When this material gets sucked in, quasars…

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