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21 times the Sun's mass: heaviest stellar black hole in the Milky Way is more massive than we thought

By James Miller-Jones, Professor, Curtin University
Ilya Mandel, Honorary Professor of Theoretical Astrophysics, Monash University
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The black hole is part of a binary star system within our Milky Way galaxy. It orbits a colossal supergiant companion star.

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