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Why is this black hole’s heart ‘beating’ so regularly? – New York Post

The first-ever recorded “heartbeat” of a black hole was detected way back in 2007. At the time, it was something of an anomaly: a pulsing wave of energy radiating out from the assumed location of a…

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The first-ever recorded heartbeat of a black hole was detected way back in 2007. At the time, it was something of an anomaly: a pulsing wave of energy radiating out from the assumed location of a bla…

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