Galaxy Anchor Black Holes (GABHs) responsible for concentration of dark matter inside intergalactic space.
It is well known that there is a large amount of unseen matter called "dark matter" in the universe. It constitutes about 22 percent of the present-day universe while ordinary matter constitutes only 4.5 percent. An important question still remains - Where is most of the dark matter in the universe ?
Hubble Sees the "Eye of the Storm" in Galaxy Cluster.
Hubble Sees the Eye of the Storm in Galaxy Cluster