Black Hole "Missing Link."

November 2008
Science Teacher;Nov2008, Vol. 75 Issue 8, p15
Academic Journal
The article discusses black holes, both small and super-massive. The article mentions research done at Durham University, as well as strong x-ray pulses, a giant black hole, and the REJ1034+396 galaxy. The article discusses the feeding and development of black holes, as well as the Milky Way, the satellite XMM-Newton, and companion stars.


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