How did supermassive black holes grow in the early universe? Finding faint and distant AGN with JWST may help us unravel this mystery!
In this Astrobite, we look at black hole mergers in the accretion disks around supermassive black holes, because you can simply never have too many black holes!
What can JWST tell us about some of the faintest supermassive black holes? Today’s paper reveals some of those secrets!
The authors of today’s paper study emission lines in a spectrum to determine if they are caused by a star falling into a black hole!
Processing and analyzing hundreds of terabytes of data can take longer than researchers would like. Today’s authors use the power of citizen science to find 142 new flickering sources of radio emission!
JWST just made one of the highest-redshift galaxies ever observed even more interesting! Check out today’s bite to see what it found!