NASA news: Astronomers witness a ‘tsunami rip across galaxies’

The outflows tear through the galaxies at breakneck speeds, “like tsunamis, wreaking havoc” on the galaxies in which they reside.

According to NASA, the quasars each contain supermassive black holes fuelled by the matter falling towards them.

As the matter falls towards the black holes, scorching gases surround the well of gravity and release radiation.

The quasars then release cosmic winds from the black hole, pushing material away from the galaxy’s centre.

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