Two gigantic black holes seem to be circling each other in a galaxy far, far away as if they were boxing opponents in a cosmic boxing ring.
A single black hole will be formed due to the collision and production of a single black hole, which will be a huge event that will send waves across space and time.
The actual collision occurred eons ago – the two black holes are around 9 billion light-years away from Earth and collided at the time. For the next 10,000 years, scientists will be unable to chronicle it. Despite this, there are undetectable gravitational waves formed before the impact and are still striking us.
The intensity of these waves caused by the black hole’s activity will rise, but they will not affect Earth. In the meanwhile, they may be useful in furthering our knowledge of how our universe came to be.
Supermassive black holes, according to Tony Readhead, an astronomy professor at the California Institute of Technology, “are the most powerful and energetic things in the universe, and they have a huge influence on the history of galaxies and stars,” according to USA TODAY. A study by Caltech astronomers, which describes the finding in detail in The Astrophysical Publication Letters, a peer-reviewed scientific journal, credits him as a co-author of the research.