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Colossal Quasar Discovered with Energy Output 100 Times Milky Way

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January 26, 2013 in Science

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“This past December, researchers discovered a quasar known as SDSS J1106+1939 with the most energetic outflow ever, a finding that may answer questions about how the mass of a galaxy is linked to its central black hole mass and why there are so few large galaxies in the universe. The rate that energy is carried away by the huge mass of material ejected is equivalent to two trillion times the power output of the sun. The black hole at the heart of quasar SDSS J1106-1939 is massive, estimated to be a thousand times heavier than the black hole in the Milky Way.”

Read more @The Daily Galaxy via ESO and http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/astro/research/PWAPR03webb.pdf


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  1. “The black hole at the heart of quasar SDSS J1106-1939 is massive, estimated to be a thousand times heavier than the black hole in the Milky Way.”

    “Cloud & rain model” (a model of Universe structure) expects dying galaxies or most densest galaxies will fleet back toward Universe nucleus (located around behind Ursa Major & Leo constellation).
    This SDSS J1106+1939 finding at around that area is undoubtedly supports “Cloud & rain model” as a model of Universe structure.

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