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The Biggest Black Hole in the Universe

Black holes are by far the most massive objects in the universe. Some are hundreds of times the sun's mass, yet they are not much bigger than the sun. The black hole at the center of our galaxy is over one million times the sun's mass, yet it is only about the size of our solar system. The reason why black holes can be so massive yet also relatively small is that their extreme mass is compressing them into a small area of space. What is the biggest black hole we know of?

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    The Biggest Black Hole In The Universe

    The Biggest Black Hole In The Universe

    Black holes are by far the most massive objects in the universe. They are the only objects whose gravitational pull is so strong that not even light …

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