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This is what a black hole ripping apart a star looks like.

For the first time, astronomers captured images of a jet of radio waves blasted into space when a star was destroyed by a supermassive black hole over the course of 10yrs.

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A supermassive black hole used its powerful gravity to rip apart a star that wandered too close to the massive monster. Astronomers used radio & infrared telescopes to image the distant eruption of this cosmic duel. Details:
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Astronomers have found the fastest-growing black hole ever seen in the universe. It's growing so quickly it can devour a mass the size of the sun every two days.
Behold: see galaxies like never before! Astronomers have used the unparalleled sharpness & spectral range of the tel@NASA_Hubbleescope to create the most comprehensive, high-resolution ultraviolet-light look at nearby star-forming galaxies. Take a look:
Team of physicists, astronomers and mathematicians at MIT has completed a study of DOJ HQ-finds "Black Hole for documents." They discovered that DOJ contains, deep below ground, a mysterious gravitational pull so powerful that documents cannot escape it.
A bizarre, ghostly looking galaxy that astronomers believe to have little to no dark matter was seen by @NASA_Hubble. This is the 1st galaxy to be discovered that is so lacking in dark matter, which is thought to comprise 85% of our universe's mass:
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These @NASA_Hubble images compare 2 views of the roiling heart of the Lagoon Nebula, a vast stellar nursery. One visible & the other in infrared light, they help astronomers find vast clouds of gas & dust in the cosmos; penetrating them to see hidden gems:
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Astronomers spotted a giant black hole in a nearby galaxy rip apart an unfortunate wayward star and spread half of it into a messy blaze of light and heat swirling toward doom
A black hole ate a star and left crumbs of light for astronomers to discover
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