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Readers can learn about the latest advancements in X-ray astronomy, and how the newest generation of instruments are making observations of the behavior of light, matter, and space-time in the vicinity of black holes. These observations are then compared to results predicted by Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. Links to a glossary are imbedded in the text of the article.

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