Scientists say that something mysteriously broke through the giant, space "hole bullets" in parts of the Milky Way. his way through, according to a study submitted to the American Physical Society last month.
Harvard-Smithsonian astrophysics by Ana Bonas, a scientist who discovered the cosmic location of a crime, suspects that the giant "holes in the bullet" may have been carved into an invisible dark matter.
Bonacca told Live Science that there is no evidence at the scene of crime that would exceed the size of the gap in the stellar flow.
"We can not match [the impactor] with some of the brightest things we've seen," Bonaca told Live Science.
"This is much more massive than a star … Something like the million times the mass of the Sun. So there are only no stars of this mass. We can not exclude it. But if it were a black hole, it would be a supermassive black hole, which we find in the center of our own galaxy. "
Because there is no evidence of such a black hole, Bonaka suspects that a dark matter ball could break through the stars. But it's too early to completely exclude any opportunities.
"This is a thick ball of something," Bonas said.
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