An artist's depiction of a supermassive black hole in the early universe.

An artist's depiction of a supermassive black hole in the early universe. (Image credit: NASA, ESA, N. Bartmann)

One of the tasks of the James Webb Space Telescope will be to search for primeval black holes.

A black hole is thought to be at the center of almost every large universe. Black holes can be millions to billions of times the mass of the sun.

A recent image from the event horizon telescope shows a view of the black hole Sagittarius A*. The biggest and most complex space telescope ever built will help answer how our universe came to host a massive black hole.

There are some of the best-kept secrets in the universe.

The universe was only 700 million years old at the time of the discovery of the black holes. There isn't enough time to grow such black holes according to standard theories.

A black hole is formed when a star collapses or falls into itself. The black hole grows because of the strong force of the density of these objects.

Researchers suggest that the black holes accrete material at high rates in order to explain how they grow so large. Black holes may be formed from merging black holes or the collapse of primeval gas clouds not enriched by chemical elements heavier than helium.

The NIRSpec instrument is designed to help identify primeval black hole seeds and signatures of active phases during which black holes grow rapidly by consuming a lot of surrounding matter. According to the NASA post, NIRSpec will help observe the light emitted by these systems and measure the gas around them.

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