Strange supernova remnant harbors Milky Way’s youngest black hole | Ars Technica

They found distinct signs of a supernova with strong jets shooting from the poles. The astronomers failed to find any sign of a neutron star, meaning the supernova must have left a black hole instead. And the emissions suggest it’s only 1,000 years of age, which would make the black hole the youngest known in our galaxy.

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