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This is an illustration of the the most massive known quasar in the universe, weighing in with the mass of 18 billion Suns. It lurks billion light y. The Starkiller -Quasar-

An international team of astrophysicists led by a Johns Hopkins University scientist has for the first time witnessed a star being swallowed by a black hole and ejecting a flare of matter moving at nearly the speed of light.

Scientists get first glimpse of black hole eating star, ejecting high-speed flare

This astro-lapse (night sky time-lapse) has been two years in the making. It was shot exclusively out in Joshua Tree National Park on two separate weekend visits to the Park, one in September, one in November (during the 2012 Leonid Meteor Shower).

Astrophoto Heaven: Video Time-Lapse Shows Spectacular Sky Above Desert National Park - Universe Today

Remember the Night - Milky Way over Picture Lake, Mount Baker is the centerpiece of a strikingly beautiful landscape in the Heather Meadows area. The classic alpine vista of Mt. Shuksan mirrored in Picture Lake is one of the most photographed mountain scenes in North America. A backdrop of mountains, wildflowers and colorful plant foliage make this a beautiful, universally accessible family hike.

Milky Way over Picture Lake, Mount Baker; the Heather Meadows area. The classic alpine vista of Mt. Shuksan mirrored in Picture Lake is one of the most photographed mountain scenes in North America.

Mind-Blowing Image of Milky Way Galaxy at Wilson Beach in Australia

The Milky Way at Wilsons Beach (near Airlie Beach) > Queensland, Australia (amazing photo by Jay Daley).

Black Hole Wind. A composite x-ray/optical image of the active NGC 1068 galaxy reveals an enormous plume of hot gas emanating from the supermassive black hole at the galaxy's center. Scientists think the shape and speed of the plume, which moves at about 1 million miles an hour, are caused by the funneling effect of a doughnut-shaped ring of cooler gas and dust that surrounds the black hole.

Black Hole Wind Photograph courtesy NASA/CXC/MIT/UCSB/P. Ogle et al./STScI/A. Capetti et al. A composite x-ray/optical image of the active NGC 1068 galaxy reveals an enormous plume of hot gas.

Dumbell Nebula - a planetary nebula in the constellation Vulpecula, at a distance of about 1,360 light years.

--Pia (Dumbell Nebula-a planetary nebula in the constellation Vulpecula, at a distance of about 1360 light years.

A BLACK HOLE AND its infinite stars | The image is impressive, as impressive as we sometimes impose adverse circumstances in life however, very devastating that could be black holes after certain periods of time is also evaporate!!! And the Universe follows the same pace as us with sorrow or pain should go our way, if today is an illusion, maybe tomorrow again, we must understand that things must pass.. That must fall, to learn to fly.

How do black holes evaporate? Nothing lasts forever, not even black holes. According to Stephen Hawking, black holes will evaporate over vast periods of time. But how, exactly, does this happen?

Scientists want to build an enormous "virtual telescope" capable of taking a picture of a massive black hole 26,000 light years away

Scientists want to build an enormous "virtual telescope" capable of taking a picture of a massive black hole light years away

Without a star to guide them, these planets fall toward a massive black hole

BLACK HOLES >>> Without a star to guide them, these planets fall toward a massive black hole

Disparo tecnológico: China lança telescópio de raios X para estudar buracos negros - EExpoNews

This artist’s impression shows the surroundings of the supermassive black hole at the heart of the active galaxy NGC Credit: ESO/M.

VLBA images detect orbital motion of two supermassive black holes as they circle each other at the center of a distant galaxy.

Incredible New Observation Shows Supermassive Black Holes Orbiting Each Other - Press release art that doesn’t at all accurately depict what orbiting black holes 24 light years away would look like but does look pretty nice (Image: Joshua Valenzuela/UNM)

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