Mystery Behind the Most Massive Objects in Space Solved

"Blobs" might sound as scientific as an astrologer at a NASCAR rally, but it's a real astrophysical term - in fact, it's a giant one. Blobs are immense clouds of gas -some stretch for tens of thousands of light years- which failed to form into galaxies and instead glow in the far reaches of space where stars used to be made. Now scientists say they've found the power source pumping that glow - black holes.

Full story by Luke McKinney and Casey Kazan on The Daily Galaxy



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