Two pairs of giant black holes discovered on a collision course

You wait ages to see a colliding pair of black holes in a dwarf galaxy, and then two come at once! Astronomers have spotted not one, but two black hole duos in dwarf galaxies on separate collision courses, the first observational evidence of such a cosmic collision.

Just like them black holes They are heading for a collision and merger that will leave behind an even more massive black hole, the dwarf galaxies they also sit together and form a larger galaxy. This means the findings could have important implications for our understanding of how these cosmic titans and the galaxies they inhabit grew in ancient times universe.

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