The mysterious object — first spotted by a junior high teacher in 1979 — is eating interstellar gas and emitting X-rays in a pattern consistent with a black hole 'in its infancy.'A mysterious object that is eating interstellar gas and emitting X-rays in a telltale pattern is almost certainly a very young black hole — the first one people have been able to observe at such an early stage, scientists said Monday.
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