Scientists spot fast-moving star orbiting huge black hole

03/21/2013 | Space.com

Researchers have discovered one of the fastest-moving stars in the galaxy, orbiting a black hole at nearly 1.2 million mph. The star, a red dwarf about one-fifth the size of our sun, orbits the black hole -- more than three times the size of our sun -- once every 2.4 hours.

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