Astronomers Find Cosmic Lenses with Feeding Black Holes – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

June 13, 2013 Astronomers Find Cosmic Lenses with “Feeding” Black Holes NASA’s Hubble Telescope‘s sharp view was used to look for gravitational arcs and rings (indicated by arrows in the above photo), which are produced when one galaxy acts as a lens to magnify and distort the appearance of another galaxy behind itIn the picture above, the galaxies contain actively accreting black holes called quasars.  Click on the link below for the complete story from NASA.

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Astronomers Find Cosmic Lenses with Feeding Black Holes – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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