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The closest quasar to

 the Milky Way is giving up its secrets, thanks to an innovative technique developed by Japanese astronomers.

Quasars are the

 ultraluminous cores of galaxies that contain extremely active supermassive black holes. 

A quasar's intense

 radiation originates from massive amounts of hot gas forming an accretion disk around the black hole's maw. 

Using the Atacama Large

 Millimeter/submillimeter Array in Chile (ALMA), researchers targeted the quasar 3C 273.

At 2.4 billion light-years

  from Earth, 3C 273 is the closest quasar to the Milky Way and the first quasar ever to be identified. 

The technique by japan revealed 

never-before-seen details about 3C 273's host galaxy, including what the scientists described as an "unknown structure"

There appears to be 

plenty of cold molecular hydrogen gas remaining in 3C 273's host galaxy, and star formation is ongoing. 

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