Scientists studying a nearby galaxy have found evidence of a supermassive black hole similar in size to one believed to lie in our own Milky Way. They've also observed a swirl of matter being pulled into the hole's center, revealing details about the object's mass that could shed light on how these celestial phenomena are formed.
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