Originally posted by CrowleyAnd your point is???
"At the center of our Milky Way Galaxy lies a supermassive black hole. Once a controversial claim, this conclusion is now solidly based on 16 years of observations that map the orbits of 28 stars very near the galactic center."
Originally posted by bill718One big point is if you know the orbits, the timing and such, you can figure out the masses of both the black hole and the stars orbiting it. Fundamental data hard to get any other way. And your anti-science stance comes from what?
And your point is???
Originally posted by Electric Redsome have two in orbit around each other, the gravitational lens boys at LIGO are waiting for a couple like that to crash into each other generating a humungus gravity wave detectable across the universe.
I remember seeing a series on the history channel about these black holes. Supposed to be one in the center of every galaxy yeah?