We are informed by Phys.org that There’s a black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
Yes it’s true and it’s not only a Blackhole but it’s a supermassive black hole with more than 4.1 million times the mass of the Sun.
Where is it Located?
- It is Located just 26,000 light years away.
- It sounds a little scary
Dr. Kurzweil writes on phys.org
“Don’t worry, you have absolutely nothing to worry about unless you plan to live for quadrillions of years, which I do, thanks to my future robot body. I’m ready for my singularity.
Mr. Cain said:
Panic will happen when the Milky Way collides with Andromeda in about 4 billion years. Suddenly, you’ll have two whole clouds of stars interacting in all kinds of ways, like an unstable blended family. Stars that would have been safe will careen past other stars and be deflected down into the maw of either of the two supermassive black holes on hand. Andromeda’s black hole could be 100 million times the mass of the Sun, so it’s a bigger target for stars with a death wish.”
Now the question arises here that is it going to consume the milky way?
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