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Every respectable galaxy has a supermassive black hole at its center — all except the one galaxy that has now been caught in the act of ejecting its insatiable mass-muncher. To figure out how this galaxy managed it, supercomputers were put to work.
They found that the ejection is probably the result of two mega black holes merging as part of a galaxy-on-galaxy collision.
"Since most sizable galaxies host massive black holes in their cores, mergers between such sizable galaxies should...
Since I always thought that it was the super-massive black hole that kept a galaxy together
Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by JaxonRoberts
There's an angle to this information that scientists have overlooked or are concealing from us...
Black Holes have become sentient...and mobile.