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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