Quasars

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A quasi-stellar object. Quasars are enormously distant and immensely powerful objects that exhibit variability over short periods of time. A quasar is very similar to a QSO (quasi-stellar object) but gives out radio waves also. They also exhibit very large red-shifts. At the present time, there is much about quasars that is not understood.

 
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