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Default The Augereau black hole

I was pawing through Bayern last night when I came across a crew biography that stated that the Bayern's chief astrophysicist was responsible for the 2291 capture of a black hole at Augereau (a red dwarf system located between Neubayern and Queen Alice's Star).

Thoughts on the implications of this? The first thing that came to mind was Transhuman Space's quantum black holes. Might there be an equivalent to the British-sovereignty Hawking Station that's studying the black hole's power-generation and computing potential in this timeline? The French and the Germans each have outposts in this system, although it looks like the Germans (or was it the Bavarians at the time?) were the ones responsible for the capture.
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