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Check Out This Incredible X-Ray ‘Superbubble’ That’s Nearly 5,000 Light-Years Wide

This incredible image shows a pair of “nuclear superbubbles,” one over 4,900 light-years across and the other over 3,500 light-years. They’re emanating from the center of the galaxy NGC 3079, likely the result of a central black hole consuming matter and spewing it back out. Continue reading Check Out This Incredible X-Ray ‘Superbubble’ That’s Nearly 5,000 Light-Years Wide