Black hole clusters in our Galaxy

K.M. Belotsky, A.V. Berkov, A.A. Kirillov and S.G. Rubin1

Abstract

We discuss a way of observing intermediate-mass black holes which may exist in the Galaxy. We show that these black holes form clusters which could be identified as gamma-ray sources.

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