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Neutron Star Discovered Where a Black Hole Was Expected


After veiwing the photo about the large x-ray emission from the black hole of Galaxies 3C321, it changed my mind that the black hole must have its mouth but not a massive spherical point which absorbs all things from all direction.

I have a question that if the black hole have its mouth, what is the outlook of its shell and tail, or another side?

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