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Black holes are produced as the cores of supernova explosions by stars with
masses greater than about 3 m . Neither the degenerate forces of white dwarfs
nor the nuclear forces of neutron stars are sufficient to withstand the crushing
force of ...
Cygnus X-l is well known as the first and best candidate for a black hole. Since its
discovery in 1965. it has been studied intensely in X-rays. Random fluctuations
with sanations in milliseconds are normal. On the waJe of months and years it ...
A number of sources for the production of the positrons and their annihilation
have been suggested, which include a black hole at the center of the galaxy. b.
Diffuse Galactic 1.809-MeV Line from ^Al. The JPL HEAO 3 satellite group, from ...
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