holes without question, grow at exactly .02% of its parent galaxie's
As the central bulge of a galaxie
increases in mass, the black hole increases correspondingly.
Spiral galaxies lacking central bulges
of stars don't appear to contain supermassive black holes.
In addition, while studying stars
too far away to be gravitationally influenced by their galaxy's black hole,
it has been found that stars, precisely move at speeds proportionate to
the size of the black hole. "With such a scaling law, there must be something
going on", Karl Gebhardt, University of California at Santa Cruz.
Furthermore, the"major events that
made the bulge and the black hole growth were the same.".. John Kormendy,
University oif Texas at Austin.
Galaxy formation directly results
in the black hole feeding that makes quasars shine.
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