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    Thanks once more n_FA. It is timely. In fact, I think I remember that you said it was not necessary to have stars to create BHs and that they could have formed very early before stars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michael131313 View Post
    Thanks once more n_FA. It is timely. In fact, I think I remember that you said it was not necessary to have stars to create BHs and that they could have formed very early before stars.
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