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Forbes

Ask Ethan: Could The Universe's Missing Antimatter Be Found ...
Forbes
One of the greatest cosmic puzzles in our entire Universe is why there's so much more matter than antimatter. The laws of physics, as far as we can tell, only allow you to create or destroy matter and antimatter in equal amounts. Yet when we look out ...
Dark Matter Could Be Primordial Black Holes That Were Formed Right After The Universe Was BornTech Times

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Newsweek

Dark Matter: Have Scientists Finally Figured Out What Makes Up the Mysterious Material?
Newsweek
Invisible dark matter makes up some 84 percent of the matter in the universe?but nobody really knows what it is. It doesn't have atoms, electrons or protons like the stuff that makes up the normal matter we see around us. Physicists have long ...


The Daily Galaxy (blog)

"The Weird Existence of Primordial Black Holes in the Early Universe" --Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
The Daily Galaxy (blog)
The team ran a set of computer simulations to test whether dwarf galaxy halos might reveal the presence of primordial black holes, and they find that they could: interactions between stars and primordial halo black holes should slightly alter the sizes ...

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Phys.Org

Is dark matter made of primordial black holes?
Phys.Org
CfA astronomer Qirong Zhu led a group of four scientists investigating the possibility that today's dark matter is composed of primordial black holes, following up on previously published suggestions. If galaxy halos are made of black holes, they ...


Phys.Org

Black hole and stellar winds form giant butterfly, shut down star formation in galaxy
Science Daily
The new study, led by CU Boulder research associate Francisco Müller-Sánchez, explores a galaxy called NGC 6240. While most galaxies in the universe hold only one supermassive black hole at their center, NGC 6240 contains two -- and they're circling ...
Black hole and stellar winds form giant butterfly, shut down star ...Phys.Org

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The Daily Galaxy (blog)

"The Star Killer" --Rare 'Butterfly' Galaxy with Two Supermassive Black Holes
The Daily Galaxy (blog)
While most galaxies in the universe hold only one supermassive black hole at their center, NGC 6240 contains two--and they're circling each other in the last steps before crashing together. New research reveals how gases ejected by those spiraling ...
Two separate outflows in the dual supermassive black hole system NGC 6240 | NatureNature

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Scientific American

Astronomers Spy Swarms of Black Holes at Our Galaxy's Core
Scientific American
Scientists already knew our galaxy's core holds a supermassive black hole weighing millions of times more than our sun, and that this great beast is enveloped by a diverse entourage of lesser companions. Trapped in its gravitational clutches, run-of ...
Tens of thousands of black holes may exist in Milky Way's centerScience Daily
Tens of thousands of black holes formed from the corpses of massive stars are lurking in the heart of our galaxyDaily Mail
Astronomers Find Evidence of Thousands of Black Holes at the Center of Our GalaxyGizmodo
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TechRadar

The giant telescopes that will change everything we know about the universe
TechRadar
Essentially they were linked to create an Earth-sized interferometer (a light measurer), with the hope of detecting the event horizons (a boundary beyond which nothing can escape) of two supermassive black holes: Sagittarius A* at the center of the ...


Forbes

Ask Ethan: How Will Our Universe End?
Forbes
... including black holes, neutron stars, black dwarfs, and rogue asteroids, comets and planets, start gravitationally interacting with one another. Given enough time, two objects will randomly pass close by one another. When they do this in the ...

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The Daily Galaxy (blog)

The Universe Could Be Dense With Megamergers of Supermassive Black Holes
ScienceAlert
These packed, spherical clusters of stars the researchers have been investigating appear in most galaxies ? our own Milky Way holds about 200. The final piece of the puzzle is to figure out whether black hole mergers can stick around long enough to ...
"Cosmic Whispers" --Listening for Black Holes and Neutron Stars Hidden Behind Gravitational Waves from the Big BangThe Daily Galaxy (blog)

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