First-ever black hole discovered by scientists in 1964 is much more massive than previously known, according to new research. Dr. Tana Joseph weighs in on the latest findings.
The newly updated mass of the gigantic celestial object has stunned the astronomers that have now raised fresh questions about how the black hole–forming stars evolve. “The updated mass measurement of Cygnus X-1 is a big change to an old favourite,” Tana Joseph, an astronomer at the University of Amsterdam reportedly said.
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