NASA telescope catches black hole's rare light show
Talk about being in the right place at the right time. A NASA telescope called NuSTAR for short, which is roaming around approximately 324 million light-years from Earth, happened to be in perfect position to see a black hole's powerful gravity tugging on X-ray light emitted from a nearby corona, the space agency said in an Aug. 12 news release.
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