February 27, 2021
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Scientists find black holes could reach ‘stupendously large’ sizes – Phys.org

A recent study suggests the possible existence of ‘stupendously large black holes’ or SLABS, even larger than the supermassive black holes already observed in the centers of galaxies.
The research, led by Queen Mary Emeritus Professor Bernard Carr in the School of Physics and Astronomy, together with F. Kühnel (Münich) and L. Visinelli (Frascati), investigated how these SLABs could form and potential limits to their size.
Whilst there is evidence of the existence of supermassive black holes (SMBHs)…

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