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Two black holes "lurk" not far from the Milky Way

Giant black holes are sometimes hidden from observation thick layers of dust and gas. However, their presence gives them falling on the matter, emitting high-energy X-rays, which register the NASA space observatory NuSTAR (Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array). In this way, in the new study, the researchers were able to see two surrounded by dense gas shells supermassive black holes located at the centers of nearby galaxies.

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