A celestial loner might be the first known rogue black hole

Detected by gravitational lensing, the interstellar wanderer may be a hefty

A solitary celestial object — more massive than the sun, yet far smaller — is wandering

 It might be the first isolated stellar-mass black hole to be detected in the Milky Way

The interstellar wanderer first revealed itself in 2011, when its gravity briefly

its true nature eluded researchers. Now, two teams of astronomers have analyzed

Hubble Space Telescope images to unmask the traveler’s identity

The mysterious rogue is a black hole roughly seven times as massive as the sun

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