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The center of the Milky Way is teeming with black holes
by Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
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3 April 2018
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The center of our galaxy is teeming with black holes . . . astronomers discovered. For decades, scientists theorized that circling in the center of galaxies, including ours, were lots of stellar black holes, collapsed giant stars where the gravity is so strong even light doesn't get out. But they hadn't seen evidence of them in the Milky Way core until now.
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Astronomers poring over old x-ray observations have found signs of a dozen black holes in the inner circle of the Milky Way. And since most black holes can't even be spotted that way, they calculate that there are likely thousands of them there. They estimate it could be about 10,000, maybe more, according to a study in Wednesday's [4 April] journal Nature.
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