Lea Marcotulli • TEDxGreenville
The Biggest, Baddest Black Holes
When the Universe was young and small, the most massive black holes were being produced. Reaching masses of billions of suns, these monsters were able to produce extreme jets capable of emitting the most powerful radiation in the Universe. Why do we chase these cosmic monsters, and how did they shape the Universe that we know today is the idea worth spreading. Lea is a Ph.D. candidate in Astrophysics and is a space scientist, studying the most powerful black holes in the Universe.