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Seeds of massive black holes can be formed in the early Universe as the result of the direct collapse of primordial atomic cooling halos. After the initial formation of a protostar (see vimeo.com/268835916), the gas around it settles into a disk, which then fragments into spiral arms and secondary protostars later on. At the end of the simulation we can distinguish a protostellar system, where the central protostar eventually grows until it becomes a massive black hole seed. For more information, you can watch the talk I gave at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (link below).