SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Author
Talk about a heavy snack. For the first time, astronomers dangle witnessed a shadowy hole swallowing a neutron well-known person, doubtlessly the most dense object within the universe — all in a split-second gulp.
Ten days later they observed the identical thing, on the replacement facet of the universe. In both conditions, a neutron well-known person — a teaspoon of which would weigh a billion heaps — orbits ever nearer to that last level of no return, a shadowy hole, until they now not right now atomize together and the neutron well-known person is gone in a gobble.