|Galaxy Without a Black Hole in the Core (feature story)|
Team leader Marc Postman of the Space Telescope Science Institute says “the core is very diffuse and very large.”
Elliptical Galaxy A2261-BCG is a diffuse, bloated, foggy patch of light. The starlight intensity remains constant across the entire galaxy. There is a diffuse halo of stars instead of a bright central galactic core. Enormous elliptical galaxy A2261-BCG spans 1 million light years across, with a central region 3 times larger than other very luminous galaxies.
|Galaxy M33 also lacks a black hole|
A better theory than the far-fetched ejected black hole by the authors, is that an extremely rare alignment orientation shows that the center of a spinning galaxy is far larger than believed, and that black holes do not exist.