- nemesis maturity Published on Sep 28, 2018
Astronomers have found in the past that there are planets out there which are expelled from their Solar Systems by the gravity of other bodies—as if they were simple comets, and wander in solitude in the darkness of outer space. On the outskirts of the galaxies, there are solitary stars that were likewise expelled and travel towards the “emptiness” of the cosmos. However, there are things out there which are far more mysterious. Much larger objects exist out there, objects that are usually ‘locked’ in the center of galaxies, subject to their gravity: black holes. Astronomers have spotted something really SPOOKY in the universe. Astronomers have recently detected a supermassive black hole ‘out of control’. It weighs 160 million solar masses and was ‘kicked’ from the center of a galaxy into outer space. It is located in an elliptical galaxy around 3.9 billion light years from earth.