Space shock as 'unidentified object' feeding mysterious black hole leaves experts baffled

Express.co.uk | 10/15/2019 | Staff
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The bigger and more massive the black hole, the slower the fluctuations in brightness it can display, so a typical supermassive black hole would erupt not every nine hours, but every few months or years.

This would make detection unlikely as observations rarely span such long periods of time.

Eruptions - GSN - Framework

Quasi-periodic eruptions like those found in GSN 069 could provide a natural framework to interpret...
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