Astronomers using NASA's Swift satellite and the Japanese/US Suzaku X-ray observatory have discovered a totally new kind of active galactic nuclei (AGN). The new class is relatively common, the researchers say, but because the galactic cores are almost entirely shrouded in gas and dust, they are hard to spot. "This is an …
Stick it on a tower in Mordor.
(BTW I know it's an Illustration)
Should you be using the word "luminous" to describe emissions in the non-visible part of the e-m spectrum?
I'll get me coat.
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