NASA released this single image of a super-massive black hole taken by the Imaging Spectrograph aboard the Hubble Telescope. It is located in the Virgo Cluster of galaxies and near the center of the M84 galaxy in particular. The black hole is large enough to fit 300 million of our suns within it, which is referred to as 300 million solar masses. Relatively near by in the M87 galaxy, there is another super-massive black hole . This amazing object is turning or spinning at the speed of 880,000 miles per hour!