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Supermassive black holes may create the largest ‘tsunamis’ in the universe

Supermassive black holes may create the largest ‘tsunamis’ in the universe

Astrophysicists have found that the gas escaping a supermassive black hole’s gravitational pull can form tsunami-like structures, as seen in this artist's rendering. (Nima Abkenar/NASA) TORONTO -- When an earthquake happens underwater on Earth, it can create a tsunami - a ripple effect of gigantic proportions. Now, a new study says that...

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