Space News: Stimulation Shows Super Monster Black Holes Can Grow Rapidly By Cresswell McCoy | Mar 24, 2017 12:16 PM EDT It appears that Monster Black Holes can grow at a rapid speed by breaking the speed limits, a recent simulation shows that super-massive black holes could have become very large and quick in the early universe. This process of turning into a rapid monster growth is by taking a short method through a star. Super-massive black holes form the cores of many galaxies and this also includes the Milky Way. Usually super-massive black holes take a very long time to form, but scientists have found evidence of them in the early history of the universe as per Space. The question of super-massive black holes growing so big has always pondered on the minds of researchers. A monster black hole can be up to several billion times of the sun's mass. The new stimulation stats that these black holes can only grow fast, the stars on the other hand can expand into an incredible size even faster before collapsing into the black hole. While this process takes place the energetic galactic centers can form much earlier than expected. Though super-massive black holes have a growth speed limit, it seems that certain types of massive stars do not have a limit. If ultra large stars are born in the right environment they could collapse and form quasars of mass and age. The new simulation ended up accurately modeling star formation and other phenomena that take place around black holes. However, everything matters about the distribution of galaxy densities, gas temperature, changes and ionization. The universe is a vast subject and super-massive black holes are also not easy to study. Researchers have given their hard work over decades to study space and all its mysteries. With further research and data the idea of super-massive black holes can change. But the new stimulation shows that monster black holes can actually grow rapidly.