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James Webb Space Telescope survey reveals fewer supermassive black holes than presumed

Illustration of active galactic nucleus. Credit: ESA/NASA/AVO/Paolo Padovani A University of Kansas survey of a swath of the cosmos using the James Webb Space Telescope has revealed active galactic nuclei (AGN)—supermassive black holes that are rapidly increasing in size—are rarer than many astronomers had assumed previously. The findings, made with the JWST’s Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI)

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