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  • Massive Black Hole Devours Headlines

    Massive Black Hole Devours Headlines

    Published: Dec. 3, 2012

    Astrophysicist Karl Gebhardt made international headlines in late November with the discovery of the largest black hole in the universe, a behemoth that’s 17 billion times heavier than the Sun.

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      James R. Foeman, Ph.D. (but not in astrophysics) said on Dec. 14, 2012 at 3:41 p.m.
      Dear Sirs: Is it really correct to call this "the largest black hole in the universe"? Have we really found all of the black holes that exist? I thought that we have found only a small fraction of such objects, and until we have located at least 90% of them, can we really say that this the largest one? Sincerely, James R. Foreman, Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, U. of Michigan, 1986
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