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By Jack Millner For Mailonline. A group of huge galaxies as wide as the Milky Way, but with just a fraction of its stars, has been spotted by astronomers. The galaxies are 60, light years across - but contain only one per cent of the Milky Way's stars - making them the most diffuse class of galaxies known in the universe. And they are so diffuse and 'fluffy' that scientists are not sure how they have survived.
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Hubble has spotted an ancient galaxy that shouldn't exist

The NuSTAR X-ray observatory was looking at the Fireworks galaxy NGC and saw multiple blobs of blue and green light that appeared and disappeared within weeks, according to a new study published in the Astrophysical Journal. In this instance, we were fortunate to catch a source changing extremely quickly, which is very exciting. So what is it? The researchers offered several theories for the appearance of the green blob, including the fact it could be a black hole consuming another object. But given the fact that ULX-4 could be a recurring event, another possible explanation is that it is a neutron star. Neutron stars, which are about the same mass as the Sun, are able to draw in material, creating disks of debris that can generate ULX sources. The barrier effect would prevent the star from being a source of X-rays.

Scientists Just Found the Fastest-Growing Black Hole. Here's How Fast It 'Eats'

Researchers have spotted the fastest-growing black hole ever found — and have seen the thankfully distant devourer consume a mass equivalent to Earth's sun every two days. Researchers used newly released data from the European Space Agency's Gaia satellite to confirm that the brightly shining object is a black hole, which appears to have been the mass of about 20 billion suns when the light was released and was growing by 1 percent every million years, researchers said in a statement released today May It would appear as an incredibly bright, pinpoint star that would almost wash out all of the stars in the sky," he added.
This galaxy is so large, so fully-formed, astronomers say it shouldn't exist at all. It's called a "grand-design" spiral galaxy, and unlike most galaxies of its kind, this one is old. Like, really, really old. Shapley is co-author of the paper describing the discovery, which is published in the latest issue of Nature. She and her colleagues had been using Hubble to investigate some of our Universe's most distant cosmic entities, but the discovery of BX — which is what they've dubbed the newfound galaxy — came as a huge surprise.
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