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creativedreams
2008-Dec-05, 11:21 PM
Is it true there is a black hole in the center of every galaxy? If so, dose that mean there used to be a mega-star in the centers as well?

timba1988
2008-Dec-05, 11:28 PM
I think the black holes were caused by the massive weight of gas and matter collapsing in on itself when the galaxy was in the early stages of its growth. Don't quote me on that.

seanhogge
2008-Dec-06, 12:26 AM
Since we haven't checked every galaxy for the presence of a black hole at its center, one can't say definitively. However, it's suspected that such would be the normal situation.

creativedreams
2008-Dec-06, 01:25 AM
thanks guys. I'm recently getting more interested about the unkowns of the universe I have a little catching up to do on facts and info. Please excuse me if I seem dumb and uninformed.

seanhogge
2008-Dec-06, 02:13 AM
Seeming and being are very different, and few here forget that. Further, one is endemic and the other has many cures, each with a face or a publisher.