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Telescope Cape Canaveral Viewing

Ken Kovacs

Words about viewing a monster black hole.        This is the biggest one yet.          The  Hubble telescope noticed  two gigantic black holes in a clusters within an elliptical galaxies.          The galaxies are roughly 300 million light years away.

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