back to article Boffins find a new way to catch the 'tails' of quasars in massive galaxies

Physicists have managed to analyze the hidden "tails" swirling around quasars in supermassive black holes by using a combination of radio telescopes and the Gaia space observatory. A quasar is an active black hole, identified by plumes of matter shooting out from its center, and a shroud of gas and dust known as an accretion …

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    Anonymous Coward

    Hum, Article pic...isn't that a drawing of the mass of water near a black hole discovered a decade ago and not a quasar?

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