The center of our galaxy, once a mystery, is actually a gargantuan black hole (literally referred to as a supermassive black hole), with billions and billions of ecological wonders teetering on the edge of nothingness. Thankfully, our milky, milky way hasn’t been flushed down the galactic drain. I hope this answered your question. Have a great day!
While the center of our galaxy is a massive black hole, there is no way of pinpointing it’s exact location. We can’t truly see a black hole but can guess at its location based on surrounding factors such as gravitational pull. Beyond that, you can see near the center of our galaxy the stars are more tightly arranged as opposed to the outer rim where they are more spread out.
NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Telescope recently found a previously unseen structure in the center of our Milky Way galaxy. The structure spans 50,000 light years, extending from the north and south of the galactic center. The mysterious form is made up of highly active electrons and low-energy photons that combine to create gamma-rays. The age and source of this structure is currently unknown.
It is believed that at the center of most (and probably all) galaxies there are black holes.
Citation: Into the Wormhole
The center of the Milky Way is a black hole. A black hole is characterized by being extremely compact. Light cannot leave the center of a black hole because of this.
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