Here Be Monsters: Study Identifies Likely Location of Merging Black Hole Giants – Space.com


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Here Be Monsters: Study Identifies Likely Location of Merging Black Hole Giants
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An artist’s simulation of two black holes merging in space. The gravity of a black hole is strong enough to warp space, creating the swirling effect around both objects. Credit: LIGO/Caltech/MIT/Sonoma State (Aurore Simonnet). Scientists on the hunt
Monster Black Hole Mergers Could Be Hiding in an Unexpected PlaceInverse
Monster colliding black holes might lurk on the edge of spiral galaxiesRIT University News Services

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