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What kind of object can produce such a stable and narrow jet of gas for hundreds of thousands of years? One candidate is an extremely heavy gyroscope. What is the heaviest gyroscope of all? It is a black hole with an accretion disk around it, where material from the galaxy is being swallowed progressively. Astronomers estimate that the black hole in the center of M87 must be around 3 billion times the mass of the Sun. So, where does the jet come from? The black hole is surrounded by a massive disk of material swirling around it—the accretion disk—which is slowly spiraling into the black hole.

4. It shows the expanding shell of dust and gas from a supernova that exploded in Cygnus perhaps 5,000 years ago. The shell is still slamming into the interstellar gas and compressing it, glowing blue as it does so. When the shock wave runs into a nebula as dense as the Orion Nebula, the impact is considerable and causes an intense compression at the point of impact. This impact destabilizes the cloud and starts its gravitational collapse. Once collapse has started, the formation of a new star or stars is almost inevitable.

The first of several shocks was the discovery of quasars. These looked just like a star but are thousands of millions of light years away, and although they were measured to be no more than a few tens of light years across, they can emit as much energy as 100 galaxies. This was distinctly against the rules—how could something just one-tenthousandth the diameter of a galaxy emit as much energy as 100 galaxies of stars? Astronomers played with all kinds of theories, from superstars to antimatter annihilation, to explain the source of the energy.

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