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Press Release 11-254 - Audio
UC-Berkeley astronomers describe massive black hole discovery at NSF audio press conference.

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UC-Berkeley astronomers discover the largest black holes ever detected. NSFs Lisa-Joy Zgorski moderates a press conference featuring Chung-Pei Ma, professor of astrophysics, at the University of California, Berkeley and Nicholas McConnell, a Berkeley grad student and first author of the paper that describes this exciting discovery in the December 8th issue of the journal Nature.

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