Super Supermassive Black Holes (SMBHs) are formed by galaxy collisions and usually reside at the centre of the galaxies. Most, if not all galaxies, host a SMBH. Single SMBHs have been detected all over the universe, but dual SMBHs have been difficult to find. Now astronomers used a novel method to identify five pairs!
Astronomers detected an AGN, located 800 million light years away from Earth that presents evidence of turning off and on again.