NASA scientists caught three supermassive black holes merge as the distance of one billion light years from Earth.
– Double and Triple black holes are extremely rare. But such systems are actually a natural consequence of the merger of galaxies, which we think so galaxies grow and evolve – stressed Shobita Satjapal, a researcher from the University “George Mason”.
Satjapal team made a rare discovery using two space telescopes and telescope stationed in Arizona.
This is a rare sight which is otherwise difficult to observe because of the great wrapping of gas and dust around black holes.
But by combining data from two space telescope and a telescope on Earth, scientists have come to finding.
The team published the results in the latest issue of “Astrophysics Journal.” –
Optical spectra contain a wealth of information about the galaxy.
They are often used to identify the incremental active supermassive black holes may well reflect the impact that the galaxies located – underlined koavtorkata Cristina Manzano-King from the University of California.