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How has the mass of the black hole candidate Cyngus x-1 been estimated A-from the periodic wobble it produces in the spectral lines of a normal

How has the mass of the black hole candidate Cyngus x-1 been estimated
A-from the periodic wobble it produces in the spectral lines of a normal companion
B-From the gravitational redshift , where the more massive the object the redshift of its spectral lines
C-from the observed size and estimated density of the object
D-From the periodic wobble in its own characteristics black-hole spectrum
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How has the mass of the black hole candidate Cyngus x-1 been estimated
A-from the periodic wobble it produces in the spectral lines of a normal companion
B-From the gravitational redshift , where...

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