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January 21 2013
Researchers have believed that supermassive black holes increased their mass in step with the growth of their host galaxy. However, new observations reveal a dramatically different behavior.
“Black holes have been growing much faster than we thought,” said Prof Alister Graham of Swinburne University of Technology, lead author of a paper accepted for publication in the Astrophysical Journal (arXiv.org version).
Within galaxies, there is a competition of sorts for the available gas; for either the formation of new stars or feeding the central black hole.
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