Scientists spot flash of light from colliding black holes. But how? | Live Science

Black holes aren’t supposed to make flashes of light. It’s right there in the name: black holes.

Even when they slam into each other, the massive objects are supposed to be invisible to astronomers’ traditional instruments. But when scientists detected a black hole collision last year, they also spotted a weird flash from the crash.

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