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Q&A: Seeing a ‘cosmic monster’

Scientists have captured the first direct images of a giant black hole at the centre of the Milky Way - but what does it tell us?

A very, very brief history of time thumbnail image

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A very, very brief history of time

From watching the heavens to discovering waves of light, relativity and entropy, understanding the nature of time has been a major human endeavour

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