Scientists Caught Two Supermassive Black Holes Orbiting Each Other

Using the Very Long Baseline Array, a team of scientists from the University of New Mexico has spotted two supermassive black holes that orbit each other. They are 750 light-years away from our planet and located in the galaxy 0402+379.

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