NGC3201

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NGC 3201 is a low galactic latitude globular cluster in the southern constellation of Vela. It has a very low central concentration of stars. Located approximately 16,300 light-years away.

A distant star in the cluster NGC 3201 that's exhibiting odd behavior may be drawing attention to a secret. A team of international astronomers thinks it's behaving that way because the star is orbiting a black hole that has four times the mass of our Sun.

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