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Black hole seed

How exactly the seeds of supermassive black holes formed is still unknown. Observations of small black holes in low-mass galaxies hold important clues to the answer of seed formation. However, small black holes are difficult to find particularly in low-mass galaxies where star formation tends to wash out the ionizational fingerprints of accreting black holes. We circumvent the problem using accretion variability recorded by the highly sensitive multi-epoch imaging from the Dark Energy Survey. Stay tuned for more updates!

Black hole seed How exactly the seeds of supermassive black holes formed is still unknown. Observations of small black holes in low-mass galaxies hold important clues to the answer of seed

Sowing in seed holes

Sowing in seed holes is very similar to sowing in rows, the only difference is the number of seeds that are dropped into the rows.

Technique for sowing in seed holes

  • Drop the seeds at the bottom of a furrow that is anywhere from ½ to 1 inch (1 to 3 cm) deep, depending on the variety.
  • Instead of spacing the plants evenly along the row, group them in clusters of 4 to 5 seeds, with the distance between clusters depending on the plant variety you wish to grow.
    For example, if the plant is around 8 inches (20 cm) across when grown, then space your clusters of 4 to 5 seeds about 8 inches (20 cm) from each other.
  • When the first sprouts appear, thin and only keep the nicest and most vigorous.

Sowing in seed holes Sowing in seed holes is very similar to sowing in rows, the only difference is the number of seeds that are dropped into the rows. Technique for sowing in seed holes