James Webb Space Telescope will study how the 1st black hole ‘seeds’ formed in the ‘baby universe’

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is gearing up to start operations this summer, and one of its many assignments will be to search for primeval black holes in the early universe.

A supermassive black hole is believed to lie at the center of almost every large galaxy. These black holes range from millions to billions of times the mass of the sun and gobble up any surrounding material that gets too close.

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