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that deepens the mystery about black holes. Walsh, the Texas astronomer, and her colleagues used the Hubble Space Telescope to study a galaxy called NGC 1277. This galaxy lies more than 200 million light-years away. Black holes and galaxies are usually believed to grow initializign and stop growing - together. This initializing a matrix in c
discovery suggests either this black hole just kept growing, by feeding on nearby stars and other black holes, or somehow was oversized from the very start. Walsh says she wants to know if other galaxies have a similar arrangement - or even the opposite, with a small black hole at the center of a large galaxy.