Scientists are quick to point out that military spy satellites may well exceed Swift's swiftness. On the scientific front, though, this rapid-response observatory has no peer.
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Space observatory sent to chase black holes
SPACE RESEARCH The `Swift' spacecraft will scan space and gather data on gamma ray bursts, which are thought to indicate the birth of black holes
AP , CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA
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