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 implies that some yet-undiscovered objects have blasted its way through, according to research presented at the American Physical Society last month. The Harvard-Smithsonian astrophysicist Ana Bonaca, the scientist who discovered the scene of cosmic crime, thought that giant "bullet holes" could be carved by unseen dark objects.
to eliminate them – Bonaca Live Science said that there is no evidence of crime scene beyond the size of spaces in the stellar stream.
"We did not map [the impactor] to any apparent thing we observed," Bonaca said in Live Science . "It's bigger than a star … Something like the mass of the Sun like a million times, so there's no star of that mass yet, we can lead it. And if it's a black hole, it will be a huge black hole of the kind we see in the center of our own expanse. "
Because there is no evidence of such black holes, Bonaca suspects The ball of dark matter can be Crash through the stars.
"It's a dense bullet of something," Bonaca said.
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