Authors: George Rajna
The role of an excited black hole in the death of an exotic 'jellyfish' galaxy will be presented today (3 July) by Callum Bellhouse of the University of Birmingham at the RAS National Astronomy Meeting in Lancaster.  Previous attempts to measure the mass of the NGC 4395 black hole yielded results ranging from 1000-400,000 solar masses.  US computer scientist Katie Bouman, who became a global sensation over her role in generating the world's first image of a black hole, has described the painstaking process as akin to listening to a piano with broken keys. 
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