The James Webb Space Telescope is on the hunt for the universe's 1st-ever supermassive black holes

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Stephan's Quintet of galaxies as seen by the NIRCam and MIRI instruments of the James Webb Space Telescope. Even NASA's next-generation space observatory can't manage to see supermassive black holes directly, but that doesn't mean astronomers can't use its data to better understand the mysterious behemoths. The opportunities are even on display in the first science-quality images from the James ...

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