UKM-led team discovers ‘monsters’ in space


Star bright: Image of the NGC 660 galaxy in optical light and X-ray (green colour).- NASA/JPL-Caltech, SDSS.

AN international team led by a Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) astronomer has discovered two active supermassive black holes.

The new black holes were hidden in two nearby galaxies called the ESO 121-G6 and NGC 660.

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