Monster Black Holes -- The Invisible Hands of the Universe

Monster black holes contain several million to ten billion times the mass of our Sun. They've been discovered in the center of many galaxies, each with their own hundreds of billions of stars. Observations have shown that the mass of monster black holes stands in proportion to the mass of their galaxies. Scientists have begun to believe that these giant black holes are the key for understanding how galaxies emerged and developed throughout the history of our 13.7 billion-year-old universe. The latest astronomical observations illustrated by magnificent computer graphics close in on the essence of these monster black holes.