Scientists say that a mysterious thing has hit a massive, cosmic "bullet holes" in parts of the Milky Way.
There is a hole in a long stream of stars called GD-1 which indicates that some undiscovered objects have exploded its way, according to research presented at the American Physical Society last month.
Harvard-Smithsonian astrophysicist Ana Bonaca, the scientist who discovered the scene of cosmic crime, is suspicious that "bullet holes" can be carved with unseen dark objects.
Unfortunately, this world's sinner seems to have taken it – Bonaca told Live Science that there is no evidence of the crime scene beyond the size of space in the stellar stream.
"We did not map [the impactor] to any apparent thing we observed," Bonaca told Live Science.
"It's bigger than a star … Something like the mass of the Sun like a million times. So there's no star just that mass, black hole, it's a massive black hole the kind we see in the middle of our own space. "
Since there is no evidence of such a black hole, Bonaca suspects a ball of dark objects may have crashed into stars. But it is too early to definitively resist any possibility.
"It's a dense bullet of something," Bonaca said.
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