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Universe's Hungriest Black Hole is 34 Billion Times Our Sun's Mass

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Universe's Hungriest Black Hole is 34 Billion Times Our Sun's Mass

Universe's Hungriest Black Hole is 34 Billion Times Our Sun's Mass

The fastest-growing black hole's mass is about 8,000 times bigger than Sagittarius A*.

Researchers say if the Milky Way's black hole wanted to get this "fat," it'd need to eat two thirds of all the stars in our galaxy.

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