What is the Largest Black Hole in our Universe? - Deepstash
What is the Largest Black Hole in our Universe?

What is the Largest Black Hole in our Universe?

Cygnus X-1 takes the throne for largest Black Hole in our universe. This black hole also happens to be 6000 light-years away.

Another interesting thing to note is that the concept for black holes themselves is relatively new meaning that there is still a large amount of assumptions and incomplete solutions attached with them.

Especially when the singularities are in question, there is almost no distinction between "right" and "wrong".

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