According to Harvard University survey, ten distant galaxies and the supermassive black holes while studying black holes "that contained water within their accretion disks".

Study reveals that the supermassive black hole is moving at a speed of about 110,000 miles per hour inside the galaxy J0437+2456.

However, according to researchers the cause behind this massive movement is still unknown, although researchers are pointing the possibility of "two supermassive black holes merging" as a result the newborn black hole recoils, another reason could be "the black hole may be part of a binary system."

The results are published in the Astrophysical Journal identifying the "clearest case to date" of a supermassive black hole in motion.