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Somehow, a Tiny Black Hole Is Causing a ‘Heartbeat’ 100 Light-Years Away – Gizmodo Australia

There’s a cloudy patch of space inside our galaxy that unexpectedly produces gamma radiation at clockwork-like intervals. Scientists have now linked these periodic pulses to a “microquasar” — most likely a black hole — located a whopping 100 light-years away,…

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Theres a cloudy patch of space inside our galaxy that unexpectedly produces gamma radiation at clockwork-like intervals. Scientists have now linked these periodic pulses to a microquasar most likely a black hole located a whopping 100 light-years away, in what is an extraordinary observation.
New research published today in Nature Astronomy describes an unusual long-distance relationship involving a radioactive gas cloud, called Fermi J1913+0515, and a microquasar, called SS 433, both of which …

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