NasaScience ArticlesTechnology James Webb Space telescope Detects Supermassive Black Hole by News Line July 17, 2023 written by News Line July 17, 2023 27 views 27 James Webb Space Telescope Detects Universe’s Oldest Active Supermassive Black Hole According to details, the James Webb Space Telescope has discovered a super-sized supermassive black hole. Astronomers say, we believe that this black hole came into existence 13 billion years ago, this black hole is located in a very old galaxy. Experts say that this galaxy was formed 570 million years after the Big Bang incident. According to the American space agency NASA, the mass of this supermassive black hole is 9 million times bigger than our Sun. 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail News Line Blogger and Content writer previous post How to save Electricity bill? 5+ Electricity Bill Saving Tips next post Side Effects of keeping the Toothbrush in the Cap Related Posts How to Boost Company Morale with Virtual Escape Rooms? July 27, 2023 How to save Electricity bill? 5+ Electricity Bill Saving Tips July 15, 2023 Is OpenAI’s ChatGPT generating false information? Probe launched July 14, 2023 Meta launches Threads — an app aimed to ‘kill’ Twitter July 6, 2023 Space-X mission lifts off including the former NASA astronaut May 22, 2023 Elon Musk says we have hired a new CEO’ for... May 12, 2023 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.