Big black holes can settle in the outskirts of small galaxies

The first surveys of massive black holes in dwarf galaxies turn up surprises

Very Large Array

ON THE HUNT  Astronomers are using the Very Large Array of radio telescopes in New Mexico to look for big black holes in small galaxies.

NRAO, AUI, NSF, Jeff Hellerman

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