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Massive Bubbles at Center of Milky Way Caused by Supermassive Black Hole

March 7, 2022

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Presented by Michigan News

Mateusz Ruszkowski, U-M astronomer, and Karen Yang, assistant professor at National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan, are co-authors of a new study that looks into telescopic images of two bubbles extending above and below the center of the galaxy. Ruszkowski and Yang discuss the origins of the bubbles resulting from a supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way. The experts highlight insights from their research, noting the importance of understanding how black holes interact with the galaxies they occupy.

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