A black hole record: Scientists say it’s bigger than the Milky Way

Space.com journalist Mike Wall (Courtesy of M. Wall)

Astronomers have discovered the biggest black hole measured to date. A recent report says it is 40 billion times the sum’s mass, or in perspective, two- thirds the mass of all the the stars in the Milky Way.  Space.com writer Mike Wall joins the conversation to talk all things space. Catch the full podcast here.

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