Watch Stars Move Crazy Fast Around Supermassive Black Hole

Watch Stars Move Crazy Fast Around Supermassive Black Hole

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At the heart of our galaxy is Sagittarius A, a supermassive black hole nearly four million times the mass of our sun. Its gravitational effects are quite intense due to its size, and the effects can be detected by looking at the stars in its immediate vicinity. A study, published in August 2020, examined the area surrounding Sagittarius A, looking for the tell-tale signs of stars.

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Written by:
Nicole Amondi

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