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5 Double supermassive Black hole exploring

Scientists have revealed that they have discovered 5 pairs of supermassive black holes in the centers of galaxies.

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In a statement from US Aerospace and Aviation Agency (NASA), Chandra X-ray Observatory, vast area infrared Observation Explorer wise, and telescope in Arizona were observed by 5 pairs of black hole.

The statement was emphasized that masses of 5 pairs of black hole were millions of times size of sun.

The discovered black holes are expected to give astronomers insight into how large-scale mass movements called "Gravity waves" created vibrations in universe's Uzam-time tissue.

The largest of black holes, supermassive, is assumed to be in center of almost all galaxies.


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