Astronomers find far-flung wind from a black hole in the universe’s first light

The discovery could shed light on how galaxies and black holes grow up together

Pinwheel galaxy

A MIGHTY WIND  Supermassive black holes in the centers of galaxies can blow gas and plasma far away from their galaxies, as shown in this artist’s illustration based on the Pinwheel galaxy.

JPL-Caltech/NASA

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