Another investigation, upheld by subsidizing from NASA, the National Science Foundation and a fund from the European Commission, proposes that enormous black holes flourish when galaxies shape rapidly. To make a galaxy, you require stars, which are conceived out of gas mists, yet additionally an undetectable substance called dark matter, which goes about as a paste to fend off stars from flying from the galaxy.
In the event that the dark matter‘s “halo” structure becomes rapidly from the get-go in its life, the arrangement of stars is smothered. Rather a gigantic black hole can frame before the galaxy comes to shape. Black holes covetously eat gas that would have generally created new stars, and end up bigger and bigger.
John H. Wise, et al., “Formation of massive black holes in rapidly growing pre-galactic gas clouds,” (Nature 2019).