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Astronomers have solved the mystery of how supermassive black holes formed early in the universe’s evolution by modeling the collision of giant primordial galaxies. “This the first work that demonstrates the formation of a supermassive cloud that is big enough to form a supermassive black hole,” said physicist Lucio Mayar of the Institute for Theoretical […]

Astronomers have solved the mystery of how supermassive black holes formed early in the universe’s evolution by modeling the collision of giant primordial galaxies. “This the first work that demonstrates the formation of a supermassive cloud that is big enough to form a supermassive black hole,” said physicist Lucio Mayar of the Institute for Theoretical […]

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Many photographers flocked in front of the Launch Pad 39B to watch the service structure rolled away from Discovery at 6:00 pm on June 30, 2006. Despite the fact that the Discovery was not illuminated by the cocktail lights while we were allowed to be there, it was truly a breathtaking moment. As the initial launch attempt in the following day had been scrubbed because of the weather, it finally had hurtled into orbit on July 4 -- the first Fourth of July Launch attempt in NASA's history. - Phot

Many photographers flocked in front of the Launch Pad 39B to watch the service structure rolled away from Discovery at 6:00 pm on June 30, 2006. Despite the fact that the Discovery was not illuminated by the cocktail lights while we were allowed to be there, it was truly a breathtaking moment. As the initial launch attempt in the following day had been scrubbed because of the weather, it finally had hurtled into orbit on July 4 -- the first Fourth of July Launch attempt in NASA's history…