Found the heaviest object in the Universe-a supermassive black hole has a mass of 20 billion solar masses
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Re: Found the heaviest object in the Universe-a supermassive black hole has a mass of 20 billion solar masses
In the Nature magazine published an article of scientists from the Institute of Astronomy of the Max Planck Society in Heidelberg, Germany, under the direction of Remco van den Bosch, that found the heaviest object in the Universe- black hole in the center of the galaxy NGC 1277, which is located at a distance 228 million light-years off the Earth in the constellation of Perseus, - has a mass, that is nearly 20 billion times more the mass of our Sun...Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20039970
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1) How can it be the Heaviest in the Universe if we don`t know how large the Universe is , nor did we explored the Entire Universe , i.e. infinite !
2) 29 billion X Sun at 228 million light yeras puts it in our Galaxy !!
3) if a galaxy contains a Billion stars THAN one star weigthing 20 billion times an Average star like our Sun would un-balace the gravitational centre in our galaxy away from where we obseved the phisical Centre of our galaxy .
Instead see how the Universe is a SuperFluid ,a brick is a fluid , at :
[link to UPNtheory.WordPress.com]
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