The universe’s most elusive black holes could be lurking at the center of the Milky Way

The most elusive black holes in the universe aren’t the big ones or the small ones. These are the ways – and a team of astronomers has come up with a new method, using ripples in space-time, hunt for them.

Known black holes come in two general varieties. There are stellar-mass black holes, which range from a few to a few tens of times the mass of the sun. And then there are the supermassive black holes, ranging in mass from a million suns up to 50 billion solar masses.

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