3 baby stars found in the center of the Milky Way

3 baby stars found in the center of the Milky Way

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14 December 2021 10:01 am

A very large telescope (VLT) is located in Chile. It collected about the galaxy in early 2011, during which time a cloud of gas and dust was found in the center of our galaxy, or Milky Way galaxy. Astronomers named the cloud of gas and dust G2. There is evidence that G2 can be formed, not just accumulated gas and dust.

Astronomers from recent times report the annual study of the VLT telescope data from Cologne College, Germany. 2005-2019 It can be concluded that G2 actually contained three baby stars, and this new finding reveals that the evolution of G2 is not exciting. This is because no young star has yet been found in the center of the magnificent black hole Sagittarius A * (SgrA *), the Milky Way galaxy itself.

Although it is not clear how the three stars formed. This is because the intense radiation of supermassive black holes makes it difficult for new stars to form. However, astronomers speculate that the SgrA * black hole may collide with G2 and explode into flames, creating a pyrotechnic-like phenomenon. However, the flashing activity could not be observed as expected.

(Image credit: NASA / ESA / STScl)

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