# Advances in Astrophysics

### Plausible Intermediate Mass Black Hole from M82X-2 X-Ray Pulsations

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**Gagik Ter-Kazarian**^{*}

Phys. Dept.College of Science, SQU, POBox 36, Postal Code 123, Al-Khoud, OMAN**Saleh Al Shidhani**

Phys. Dept.College of Science, SQU, POBox 36, Postal Code 123, Al-Khoud, OMAN

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