Astronomers Track Bizarre Objects Near Milky Way’s Central Black Hole

Astronomers Track Bizarre Objects Near Milky Way's Central Black Hole

Astronomers have spotted more mystery objects near our Milky Way Galaxy’s central supermassive black hole. Permanently cloaked in a veil of gas and dust, the objects appear to be wholly natural and are thought to span the astrophysical gap between gas clouds and compact stellar-type objects. As Keck Observatory reports, they look like gas clouds but behave like stars . Dubbed ‘G-objects,’ the latest infrared target sources associated with these objects were announced by UCLA postdoctoral scholar Anna Ciurlo at today’s American Astronomical Society Meeting in Denver.

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