Two pairs of huge black holes in dwarf galaxies are colliding for the first time.
4 dwarf galaxy black holes are approaching each other, dragging gas and stars.
Two galaxy clusters with pairs of black holes, 760M and 3.2B LY apart, will meet and fuse.
Two black holes in merging dwarf galaxies may illuminate the early universe.
Black holes are formed when stars collide and feed on gas, dust, stars, and other black holes.
Gas clouds formed dwarf galaxies from massive stars falling into black holes.
Never observed dwarf galaxy black hole collisions that create supermassive black holes.
Dwarf galaxies could disclose how the Milky Way's black hole evolved to be so massive.
Our galactic ancestors likely merged dwarf galaxies and black holes to get larger.