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Astronomers find what may be the universe's brightest object with a black hole devouring a sun a day

  • Astronomers have discovered the brightest object in the universe, a quasar, 500 trillion times brighter than the sun, with a black hole growing rapidly.
  • Observations by telescopes in Australia and Chile confirmed the identity of the quasar, first mistaken for a star in a 1980 sky survey.
  • Research on the powerful quasar, consuming mass at an incredible rate, is published in Nature Astronomy, with more observations needed for further understanding.
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