Supermassive black holes at the center of active galaxies are known as blazars when they are extremely bright and produce powerful jets of matter and radiation visible along the line of sight to the Earth. Blazars can appear up to a thousand times more luminous than ordinary galaxies, and their associated jets are so powerful they can travel millions of light years across the Universe. Blazar...
Content About: Gamma-ray Bursts
Published: 03/11/2015 - 8:05am Type of Content: Article-Research Highlight
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