Black holes caught in the act of swallowing stars.

  title={Black holes caught in the act of swallowing stars.},
  author={Daniel Clery},
  volume={367 6477},
  • D. Clery
  • Published 31 January 2020
  • Physics
  • Science
At the center of nearly every galaxy lies a monster, a giant black hole millions or even billions of times heavier than the Sun. Some, known as quasars or active galactic nuclei, shine brightly from across the universe as they continuously devour surrounding gas. But most are dormant, lurking invisibly for thousands of years—until a star passes too close and is ripped to shreds. That triggers a monthslong tidal disruption event (TDE), which can shine as brightly as a supernova. Until a few… 
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