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At the center of the Andromeda galaxy is a source of X-rays that scientists believe is a black hole with _____ times more mass than the Sun. A. 30,000 B. 300,000 C. 3,000,000 D. 30,000,000
At the center of the Andromeda galaxy is a source of X-rays that scientists believe is a black hole with 3,000,000 times more mass than the Sun.
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