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A mysterious ‘dense bullet’ blasted a giant hole in the Milky Way

USATODAY.com Thursday, 16 May 2019 ()
Due to its size (about a million times our sun’s mass), scientists aren’t quite sure; too big to be a star and there's no black hole nearby.
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Due to its size (about a million times our sun’s mass), scientists aren’t quite sure of the culprit since it's too big to be a star and there's no black hole nearby.

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