First Image of the Center of Milky Way Galaxy

This is how the supermassive black hole Sagittarius A* looks like

At some point in your life, you must have gazed at the night sky and chances are that your vision included the beautiful white haze of the Milky Way. Somewhere around that haze lies the center of the galaxy we live in. When I was a kid I used to look up at the sky and wonder about the pursuits of science and the extent of our ignorance in terms of the beauty and wonders of the universe. Over the years I’ve received many answers to such…

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Science writer and communicator majoring in Quantum Mechanics. Founder of @PhysInHistory and Curator for @ProfFeynman on twitter. Email: thepiggsboson@gmail.com

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Science writer and communicator majoring in Quantum Mechanics. Founder of @PhysInHistory and Curator for @ProfFeynman on twitter. Email: thepiggsboson@gmail.com

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