The US space agency NASA recently released pictures of two supermassive black holes. NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory shared these photos on its social media handles. The photos show the process of merging of two supermassive black holes. According to NASA, the two black holes seen in the Galaxy NGC 6240 are 3,000 light-years apart and they will eventually move together to form a larger black hole millions of years from now. According to the report, the merger process started about 30 million years ago. The Chandra X-ray Observatory telescope detects very hot regions of the universe like exploding stars, clusters of galaxies and X-ray emission around black holes.