Tuesday, February 21, 2006

RIT Professor Releases New Study About How Black Holes Can Kick Each Other Out Of Merging Galaxies

By Elaine Meinel Supkis
Yet another study of what is now known to be a very common event: galaxies colliding with each other. This latest paper by Prof. Merritt is tries to explain why smaller galaxies sometimes don't have a black hole core anymore. At the same time this work has been done, astronomers in Britain claim they have located a major galactic black hole split event at HE0450-2958. There is some dispute about this.