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Black hole blows huge gas bubble

A star-sized black hole is observed blowing a vast bubble of hot gas 1,000 light-years across. Ref. Source 3

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Sinking Into A Black Hole

A black hole is a place where the laws of physics as we know them break down. Einstein taught us that gravity warps space itself, causing it to curve. So given a dense enough object, space-time can become so warped that it twists in on itself, burrowing a hole through the very fabric of reality. Ref. Source 7g

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Supermassive black holes may be lurking everywhere in the universe

One of the largest supermassive black holes on record has been discovered in an unexpected place: a relatively sparse region of the local universe where massive galaxies -- the typical home of these huge black holes -- are few and far between. According new research, there could be many more such black holes -- quiescent quasars -- hiding in the universe's deserts. This one may be or once was a binary black hole. Ref. Source 5z.

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Astronomers discover mysterious alignment of black holes

Deep radio imaging has revealed that supermassive black holes in a region of the distant universe are all spinning out radio jets in the same direction -- most likely a result of primordial mass fluctuations in the early universe. Ref. Source 6b.

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Measuring a black hole 660 million times as massive as our sun

It's about 660 million times as massive as our sun, and a cloud of gas circles it at about 1.1 million mph. This supermassive black hole sits at the center of a galaxy dubbed NGC 1332, which is 73 million light years from Earth. And an international team of scientists has measured its mass with unprecedented accuracy. Ref. Source 7h.

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Intense wind found in the neighborhood of a black hole

Astrophysicists have detected an intense wind from one of the closest known black holes to the Earth. Ref. Source 4w.

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So for your original question of why a black hole would be created. I know Naturally a friend kind of answered, but just to make the answer clear. Black holes are not some artifact of a theory or something that was created (Unless you mean from a religious perspective, which no one can answer). They are a fact of nature. Asking why there are black holes is like asking why is matter solid. We know the answer of how matter is solid, but as to why, it just is. Our universe has certain rules that must be followed. We learn more and more of these rules every day. Black holes are really 'holes' as we are used to thinking of them, they are super dense super massive (Not large size, but lots of mass) entities that generally trap anything that gets too close. From our outside perspective it appears to act similar to a hole, but the matter and energy that is attracted to the black hole is not lost or destroyed. Steven Hawking came up with a theory about this that is very complex to explain (Go look up Hawking Radiation for more), but suffice it to say that while 'classical general relativity' describes a hole that is infinitely dense and attracts everything to it at a certain distance; however, 'quantum field theory' contends that the black 'hole' must 'evaporate' as it emits radiation until there is nothing left. We have pretty good evidence of all this information through satellite images measuring radiation, mass, and velocity in 'anomalous' areas of space. We can see the radiation emitted and the gathering of matter into the 'hole', but can't see the 'hole' itself. All this 'evaporation' takes very very long time periods and we have only been observing for a small amount of time, but we still have good data to back up these theories and say for certain that the mathematical entity we call black holes does exist in the universe.



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