NASA scientists have discovered five ancient remote space objects – blazers, which can absorb the Universe.
The age of each of the blazar is about 14 billion years. Dangerous objects are so large that the mass only two of them exceed the mass of the Sun a billion times.
Data space objects resemble a black hole in the center of the galaxy, which attracts a huge number of substances. When the blazar is approaching an object, it is heated under pressure and begins to emit the bright light.
The discovery of ancient blazers could mean that the formation of black holes and universes began much earlier than previously thought.