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Black hole bends escaping light 'like a boomerang'
by Mindy Weisberger - Senior Writer
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25 April 2020
On 25 April 2020 Live Science reported:
Light escaping from a black hole may 'boomerang' its way to freedom, new X-ray images reveal. Researchers found this odd behavior while reviewing archival X-ray observations of a black hole that's approximately 10 times as massive as our sun. Located about 17,000 light-years from Earth, the black hole siphons material from a partner star; together, the black hole and star are known as XTE J1550-564.
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