A new study located an ancient brown dwarf called WISEA J153429.75-104303.3 or 'The Accident.' This unique brown dwarf could be the missing link between planets and stars, and possibly the key to solve the origins of the Milky Way galaxy.
There is no definite way of how a black hole forms in the universe, but the new high-powered simulation from the researchers of Northwestern University could shed light on how galaxies feed the supermassive black hole.
Researchers closely studied a star 2,000 light-years away. It is not only moving fast but is also rotating as it hurtles out of the Milky Way. Researchers believe that it is likely a remnant of a star that went supernova.