Institute of Astronomy


SpeakerTalk DateWeekly Handout
Laura Keating10 February 2016
Additional Information
Group:1st Swaffham Prior Scouts
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Talk Summary

Quasars are a class of objects so bright that they can outshine their host galaxies. I will talk about how they were first discovered, their link to black holes and why astronomers are studying them today to learn about how galaxies evolve.


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