The mega black hole that is said to be growing faster than any black hole in the universe today was found by scientists from the Australian National University (ANU).
"So, either black holes can grow faster than the speed limit, but we don't know how that works, and we have not seen it yet in action, or there is an unknown way to make 5,000 solar mass black holes very close in time to the Big Bang", Wolf said. They describe it as a monster that devours a mass equivalent to our sun every two days.
Astronomers in Australia have discovered the fastest-growing black hole ever found.
Again, if this monster was at the centre of the Milky Way it would likely make life on Earth impossible with the huge amounts of x-rays emanating from it.
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We know that black holes get their extra mass because of the gravitational pull, through which they literally absorb materials around them, even light.
Dr Wolf said one benefit from finding black holes is they act as backlighting to everything else out in the cosmos, making it easier to see.
In fact, the light emitted would be so bright that it would wash out nearly all the stars in the sky, Wolf said. They are nowhere near as big, or at least not the ones discovered so far.
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A Hubble image of a supermassive black hole, or quasar.
The black hole is now sitting still in the sky, an indication that it is very far away from the Milky Way.
Such black holes can be used as "beacons" to measure the expansion of the universe, and the early formation of the elements in the most ancient galaxies, said the scientists. They are also useful as bright reference points for Global Positioning System and space navigation, and could provide the most sensitive measurements of the rate of expansion.