It seems that even the holes can not resist the temptation to sneak unexpectedly into the photos of others. This situation, fun among us, occurred at cosmic levels when it was discovered that a supermassive binary black hole (or two holes, perhaps those that are closer to each other than those that are known) was at the bottom of a photo taken at our neighboring galaxy Andromeda. The study of this finding was published in The Astrophysical Journal.

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