Scientists just found the oldest black hole ever discovered: It’s enormous

The flag had voyage more than 13 billion light-years crosswise over time and space to achieve Banados' telescope

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Eduardo Banados had three evenings to spot something that won’t not by any means exist: a supermassive black hole near the very beginning of time.

At the Las Campanas Observatory in Chile, roosted high on a mountain on the planet’s driest abandon, he filtered for the mark of a huge, imperceptible black hole in the sky slurping up a whirlpool of splendid, hot issue.

The flag had voyage more than 13 billion light-years crosswise over time and space to achieve Banados’ telescope.

In a paper distributed in the diary Nature Wednesday, Banados and his associates report that their new find is the most established and most far off dark gap at any point found.

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