Black hole came from shredded galaxy…. are you sure?

Astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have found a cluster of young, blue stars encircling the first intermediate-mass black hole ever discovered. The presence of the star cluster suggests that the black hole was once at the core of a now-disintegrated dwarf galaxy. The discovery of the black hole and the star cluster has important implications for understanding the evolution of supermassive black holes and galaxies.

“For the first time, we have evidence on the environment, and thus the origin, of this middle-weight black hole,” said Mathieu Servillat, who worked at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics when this research was conducted.

Black hole came from shredded galaxy | Harvard Gazette.

Now, this is pretty cool… also… some, such as ]], suggests that black holes could be connectors to the multiverse, in some way…

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One Reply to “Black hole came from shredded galaxy…. are you sure?”

  1. “Now, this is pretty cool… also… some, such as Leo Smolin, suggests that black holes could be connectors to the multiverse”…obviously. The mathmatical solution to a black hole is a singularity. Not a solution that can be realized in the real world. So there is something else going on that cannot currently be explained.

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