Supermassive black holes can slow down star formation in galaxies. But they can also be the cause of creating new stars. Such a case is in the center of the dwarf galaxy Henize 2-10. There is a jet of gas originating in the center of the galaxy that is putting a pressure on nearby molecular clouds, which in turn leads to birth of new stars along the way.
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