Its like Lisa Grossman at ScienceNews says: “The universe is one big dance party for black holes”. Its generally agreed upon that all galaxies have their own Supermassive Black Hole. It has been speculated that galaxies come together to form larger galaxies by the attraction of their respective black holes to one another. Visual evidence has been scarce to support this extrapolation until now. Now, due to clever new data collection strategies, they have found 33 pairs of Supermassive Black Holes moving at a velocity of roughly 200 Kilometers a second around each other.