Supermassive black hole spotted wandering through space

Ashley Strickland of CNN –

Supermassive black holes usually sit like stationary engines at the centers of galaxies, sucking in everything around them.

Now astronomers have detected a highly unusual case of one wandering through space.

Astronomers previously believed it was possible for supermassive black holes to be actively on the move, but it has been difficult to gather evidence for that theory — until now.

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