Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Scientific researchers from the University of Texas have recently discovered a supermassive black hole which was situated in NGC 1277 galaxy. The researchers have also noted that NGC 1277 has only old stars inside it. The youngest stars in the galaxy are 8 billion years old, almost twice the age of our sun. Scientists have observed that this could be the biggest black hole ever within the small lenticular galaxy. To put it bluntly, the galaxy NGC 1277 is 250 million light years away from the planet Earth. Precisely, the galaxy is located in the constellation of Perseus. In-depth scientific research have highlighted that the massive black hole possess no point of return. As a matter of fact, nothing can escape it!