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Three supermassive black holes, ready to collide with one another.
These three samples are placed in a system of merging galaxies is about one billion light-years away from Earth, according to a new study published in The Astrophysical Journal.
“We were looking for pairs of black holes and dark matter over time, however, our selection technique, we stumbled upon this amazing system,” said Ryan Pfeifle at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, is the author of the new study, in a statement. “This is the strongest evidence was found for a three-part system of actively feeding supermassive black holes.”
The researchers had to combine the data from telescopes on earth and in space, in order to identify the source of these rare ‘black hole’ trifecta, according to NASA.
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This work of art, interpretation, and shows two black holes on a collision course. In the new system of three supermassive black holes will merge.
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A challenge is to find the three supermassive black holes, according to the scientists, is that they are likely to be covered by the cloud of gas and dust that would block a lot of light.
“Due to the use of these great observatories, we have established a new method of identification of a triple supermassive black hole. Each telescope gives us a different idea about what is going on in these systems,” said Pfeifle. “We hope to extend our work to find triple rooms, all with the help of the same technology.”
If you have to maintain the system in which The black holes are known as the SDS, J084905.51+111447.2.