Ancient Supermassive Black Hole Unveils Secrets of Early Universe

Is this the first ever black hole?

Scientists recently discovered an ancient supermassive black hole that existed so early in the history of the universe that it will provide new insight into the cosmic environment in which the first stars came to life. The most distant black hole ever observed, astronomers found it within a bright object so distant that its light had to travel for 13 billion years to reach our telescopes.

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