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fellupahill
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Feb28-12, 12:11 PM
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Does how black holes inside galaxies orbit around the central black hole tell us anything useful? Could be my noobness, but the idea of a bunch of black holes orbiting a central black hole just seems messy. ha. Have we got the jist of what would happen if a black hole ate another black hole? if another black hole grew larger than the central one in our galaxy? or can we explain most other black hole on black hole interactions??


Black hole on black hole. New type of fetish.
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