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Black holes get a bad rep. They're seen as hungry monsters that gobble up planets and stars. But Nasa's Hubble space telescope found new evidence of a black hole creating stars rather than destroying them. Hubble recently captured images of gas launched by a black hole and slamming into a dense cocoon of gas within a dwarf galaxy. While black holes have monstrous gravitational pull material falling in towards the black holes can sometimes get redirected by magnetic fields into out flowing gas streams and jets. The outflows of supermassive black holes in the center of large Galaxies are too fast to allow star formation, but the black hole of this dwarf galaxy is smaller and it's slower outflow, compressed the dense cocoon of gas enough to create new stars, dwarf galaxy. Black holes could serve as a comparison for black holes in the early universe when they were just beginning to form and grow. While we don't have all the answers, discoveries like this one set us on a path to understanding more about the universe.