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'Supermassive' Black Hole Image Soon To Be Revealed

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'Supermassive' Black Hole Image Soon To Be Revealed

'Supermassive' Black Hole Image Soon To Be Revealed

Scientists have learned a lot about black holes, but there is still more to learn.

Overall, black holes mainly devour light and it's literally almost impossible to capture one on camera.

Fortunately, scientists are set to reveal a photograph of a supermassive black hole.

They also revealed it's millions, perhaps even billions, bigger than the sun.

Astrology enthusiasts are excited to see what the image will reveal.

Could confirm or dismantle our long-held suspicions about these mysterious masses.

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