Wind From Black Holes Stronger Than Believed

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Wind From Black Holes Stronger Than Believed

February 28, 2014 Updated Feb 28, 2014 at 1:49 PM EST

Scientists investigated the strengths of winds coming off black holes and found the Eddington Limit, which is a cap to how much radiation can blow outwards from the hole, before the radiation will start blowing objects away, may be more of a guideline than a strict rule.

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