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Submission + - Hundreds of Black Holes Roam Loose in Milky Way (sciencemag.org)

sciencehabit writes: From Science: "Astronomers suspect that hundreds of medium-sized black holes are roaming loose in the Milky Way. These rogues, according to a new study, are the orphaned central black holes of the many smaller galaxies that the Milky Way has swallowed over its billions of years of existence."
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Hundreds of Black Holes Roam Loose in Milky Way

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