“300 vs 100,000 Light Years” — Tiny Dwarf Galaxy Harboring a Black Hole Equal to Milky Way’s

    Fornax UCD3 is a part of a Fornax galaxy cluster (above) and belongs to a very rare and unusual class of galaxies – ultracompact dwarfs. The mass of such dwarf galaxies reaches several dozen millions of solar masses and the radius, typically, does not exceed three hundred light years. This ratio between mass … Continue reading “300 vs 100,000 Light Years” — Tiny Dwarf Galaxy Harboring a Black Hole Equal to Milky Way’s