What’s better than a quasar? That’s right, two quasars. Astronomers have spotted for the first time two rare double-quasars, and the results show us the dynamic, messy consequences of galaxy formation. Every galaxy is thought to host a supermassive black hole in its center. When galaxies merge, their black holes merge along with them. During …
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