A thin object has been observed in the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. The object is thin and it is not formed of hydrogen affirm astronomers. They could also be two binary stars, which are making orbit around a black hole. Astronomers call it the G2.
It was previously believed to be hydrogen gas, however, if it was hydrogen cloud, it would have been gulped off by the black hole by now. The newly discovered G2 remains unaffected and in continuous orbits around the black hole. A member of the astronomers research team which has disovered the G2, A...
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