Experts have discovered a cluster of electron clouds in outer space that appear to display a hitherto unseen cosmic event. Experts have dubbed this phenomenon “Dancing Ghosts in Space,” and they believe it might be the consequence of a swarm of supermassive black holes continually pushing everything towards them.
The winds from these supermassive black holes are said to be able to travel a billion light-years, attracting objects from all around the galaxy in a crazy and frenetic dance that we’ve observed.
PKS 2130-538 is the designation given to these black holes, and while we have confirmation that they exist, we know very little about them. In an interview, astrophysicist Ray Norris of Western Sydney University and Australia’s CSIRO said that when they initially saw the dancing figures, they had no idea what they were or why they were moving in the first place.
Nobody knew anything about them, as with most other discoveries, to the point that people started coming up with all kinds of strange hypotheses to attempt to make sense of it all.
As everyone in the section sought to figure out why they were tangled and why they were moving in the first place, questions like why they were tangled and why they were moving in the first place began to surface. While they have yet to properly explain what the weird light shapes may be, the notion that they are winds from black holes is about as feasible now as it has ever been.
They might possibly be the product of the Odd Radio Rings, or ORCs, which are unusual circles of radio emission that can be seen all across distant galaxies a million light-years away.
We’ve gathered almost 220,000 sources for these ORCs, but we still don’t know anything about them. We’ve even came upon one of these massive radio galaxies just close to the IC5063 galaxy, and no one knows what the source of it all is.
Experts think that these black holes are galaxies’ nuclei and that they are the ones that keep everything running. Regardless, Norris claims that this is merely the beginning of their investigation and that they will continue to look for more information as time passes.