New idea to explain ancient supermassive black holes - SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S22E50

Jul 22, 11:59 AM
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*A new idea to explain ancient supermassive black holes
A new hypothesis has been developed claiming supermassive black holes can be created without first needing a star or stellar remnant to collapse.
*NASA opens the Space Station to the tourism trade
NASA is about to follow in the footsteps of the Russians and start carrying space tourists up to the International Space Station.
*The mystery of the galaxy with no dark matter solved
Astronomers think they’ve finally developed an explanation for a mysterious galaxy that appears to have no dark matter.
*July Skywatch
On average July is the coldest month of the year in the southern hemisphere -- which is experiencing winter -- and also marks the time when Earth is at aphelion – it’s furthest orbital position from the Sun – and the planet Saturn in opposition.
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