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Mini black hole may help explain massive ones

Scientists using CSIRO's Australia Telescope and NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have watched a mini black hole in our Galaxy shoot out 'jets' of particles like a cosmic water-pistol.

"What they've seen could help us understand how massive black holes produce radiation visible half-way across the Universe," says CSIRO astronomer Dr Steven Tingay.

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