First Ever Image of Our Milky Way Galaxy’s Central Supermassive Black Hole Called “Sagittarius A*”


“Any light that goes into that black hole doesn't come out. So we shouldn't be able to see anything that's behind the blackhole. But we can see Sagittarius A* because that black hole is warping space, bending light and twisting magnetic fields around itself.”

— Dan Wilkins, Ph.D., Astrophysicist, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California


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