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Supermassive Black Holes 

Horizon examines supermassive black holes and the recent discovery that they are crucial to the formation of galaxies. Supermassive black holes were originally hypothesized to explain ... See full summary »

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Andrew Fruchter ... Himself - Space Telescope Science Institute (as Dr. Andrew Fruchter)
Sandra Faber ... Himself - Nuker Team (as Prof Sandra Faber)
John Kormendy ... Himself - Nuker Team (as Prof John Kormendy)
Alan Dressler ... Himself - Nuker Team (as Dr. Alan Dressler)
Doug Richstone ... Himself - Nuker Team (as Prof Doug Richstone)
Andrea Ghez ... Herself - University of California at Los Angeles (as Prof Andrea Ghez)
John Maggorian ... Himself - Nuker Team (as Dr. John Maggorian)
Laura Ferrarese ... Herself - Rutgers University (as Prof Laura Ferrarese)
Karl Gebhardt ... Himself - Nuker Team (as Prof Karl Gebhardt)
Joseph Silk ... Himself - University of Oxford (as Prof Joseph Silk)
John Dubinski ... Himself - University of Toronto (as Prof John Dubinski)
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Horizon examines supermassive black holes and the recent discovery that they are crucial to the formation of galaxies. Supermassive black holes were originally hypothesized to explain active galaxies and quasars, but later were discovered to be at the center of many ordinary galaxies including our own. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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30 November 2000 (UK)  »

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