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The Formation and Evolution of Massive Black Holes
The past 10 years have witnessed a change of perspective in the way astrophysicists think about massive black holes (MBHs), which are now considered to have a major role in the evolution of galaxies. This appreciation was driven by the realization that black holes of millions solar masses and above reside in the center of most galaxies, including the Milky Way. MBHs also powered active galactic nuclei known to exist just a few hundred million years after the Big Bang. Here, I summarize thedoi:10.1126/science.1220843 pmid:22859482 fatcat:effk4fb5tzef7mztc7wugcntam