2 pairs of gigantic runaway black holes discovered on a collision course, and they bring with them four entire galaxies

Two pairs of gigantic black holes, each in a different dwarf galaxy, are hurtling toward each other, and they are poised for two separate, never-before-seen collisions.

Astronomers used NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory to spot the dwarf galaxy’s four black holes hurtling toward each other, trailing a vast train of gas and stars. Some of this material is already being sucked into the black holes, causing them to grow larger and larger before eventually crashing down.

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