Previously undetected super massive black holes
An interesting article that I came across from sciam.com regarding black holes. This article is describing a newly discovered black hole at the "center" of a dwarf galaxy which was previously not known to have a super massive black hole. It may turn out that all galaxies may contain super massive black holes and not just the one's with a "galactic bulge". I wonder if this means we have to recalculate the "missing mass" in the universe currently attributed to dark mater.
The article can be found here http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=dwarf-galaxy-black-hole
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