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Huge black hole 'that shouldn't exist in our galaxy' discovered by scientists
by Hannah Osborne
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27 November 2019
On 27 November 2019 Newsweek reported:
A large black hole that 'should not exist' in the Milky Way has been discovered. The black hole, named LB-1, was detected after researchers found a star with an orbit that could only be explained if it had a 'dark companion.' This companion, they found, was a black hole with a mass 70 times that of the sun -- far bigger than current models of stellar evolution allow for.
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