Astronomers are still working behind the scenes to understand the science behind mysterious objects detected in deep space called "quasars," also known as "quasi-stellar radio sources," or "quasi-stellar objects."
They are among the brightest and most captivating objects in the known universe. So bright in fact, some are able to emit ten to one hundred times more energy than the entire Milky Way Galaxy, in an area so compact, it's equivalent in size to our Solar System. Can you even imagine how blindingly bright it would be to see one up close? Probably not.
To understand how quasars are believed to function, we must first delve into how black holes work, as the two are intrinsically linked.
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