a University of California at Berkeley A research team led by graduate student Casey Lamm and associate professor of astronomy Jessica Lowe may have discovered the first “floating at sea” black hole, science daily the name of the thing.
According to the director, they estimated that this invisible object, OB110462, is between 1.6 and 4.4 times the mass of the Sun and 2,280 to 6,260 light-years away. Currently, researchers say it could also be a neutron star, or a “city-sized” star. You are born when big stars collapse and die† Whether it is a black hole or a neutron star, Science Daily reports that the mysterious object is the first “stellar ghost” discovered in space without a companion star.
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