A 'Trove' Of Black Hole   From Dwarf Galaxies

Discoveries Emerge

These finds could shed

 light on how supermassive black holes form in galaxies like our Milky Way.

Weeks after astronomers released

 a historic image of the Milky Way's supermassive black hole, Sagittarius A*

A separate study showed

 how it is probing the evolution of black holes in dwarf galaxies.

Analysis of dwarf galaxy surveys

suggests black holes pop up far more commonly within these small galaxies than previously thought.

The study team said

 this study could be a missing link in learning more about how more massive black holes evolve.

Sagittarius A* (Sgr A*) black hole

 is thought to have come together from gradual mergers of smaller dwarf galaxies

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