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There Are Mysterious Objects at the Edge of Sagittarius A*, Here’s What We Know

Astronomers observed dust clouds lurking around the black hole at our galaxy’s center. They weren’t of that much interest, until they started behaving in unusual ways.
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Thumbnail image courtesy W. M. Keck Observatory.
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“Astronomers have discovered several bizarre objects at the Galactic Center that are concealing their true identity behind a smoke screen of dust; they look like gas clouds, but behave like stars.”
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“The team discovered these objects by measuring the wavelengths of light released by the structures of gas and dust at the galaxy's center using the Keck Observatory's OH-Suppressing Infrared Imaging Spectrograph.”
Mysterious Objects Have Been Detected Coming Way Too Close to The Milky Way's Black Hole
“During the 1970s, astronomer became aware of a massive radio source at the center of our galaxy that they later realized was a Supermassive Black Hole (SMBH) – which has since been named Sagittarius A*.”
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