The most distant quasar ever found is hiding a seriously supermassive black hole

In a breakthrough discovery, scientists have found the most distant quasar yet known — and it’s home to a seriously supermassive black hole. 

Astronomers led by researchers at the University of Arizona spotted the brilliant quasar about 13.03 billion light-years from Earth. Quasars are among the brightest objects in the universe, quasars are luminous, active galactic nuclei powered by supermassive black holes that are actively feeding on nearby material. 

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