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Scintillating discovery: these distant 'baby' black holes seem to be misbehaving — and experts are perplexed

By Kathryn Ross, PhD Student, Curtin University
Natasha Hurley-Walker, Radio Astronomer, Curtin University
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Some of the baby radio galaxies found may not be 'babies' at all. Rather, they may be 'angsty teens', rapidly growing into adults much faster than researchers had anticipated.

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