This week Nature Astronomy published the in-depth study co-authored by Professor Mateusz Ruszkowski entitled, "Fermi and eROSITA bubbles as relics of the past activity of the Galaxy's central black hole." The study was led by the National Tsing Hua University in collaboration with U-M and the University of Wisconsin. The Michigan News Office highlighted the important discoveries of this research in a comprehensive article.

Congratulations to Prof. Ruszkowski and the rest of the research team!

Original News Release: Michigan News