The mysteries of the giant black hole in the center of our galaxy continue to amaze the world every day. It has been revealed that in the center of intense observation by scientists, a large number of objects have yet to be discovered.
In the 1970’s we realized that our galaxy was the major source of radiation in the center. Then we proved the existence of a cismin with the “super-mass black hole” feature that we have turned around. Scientists gave this black hole in the center of the Milky Way the name of Sagittarius.
In a recent study conducted by NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, evidence of hundreds or even thousands of black holes in the immediate vicinity of the Milky Way was obtained. These black holes were dead stars of a different form than the giant galaxy centers known as “super-mass black holes”. In the past days, scientists at the Keck Observatory in Hawaii identified some mysterious objects that “act like stars and resemble dust clouds.”
The results of the work were announced at a press conference entitled “Milky Way and Active Galactic Nuclei.” In the text of the paper, the strange things mentioned were mentioned as follows:
“These compact dusty star-shaped objects move extremely fast and close to the galaxy’s super-mass black hole. It is really fascinating to observe the movements they make year after year. How they got there, questions like what will happen to them are still waiting for answers. ”
The researches were fed with 12-year image archives with the tracks of the objects in question. These strange formations, called G3, G4 and G5, are easily distinguishable from their surroundings due to their movement.
The G1, which previously had similar characteristics, was discovered in 2004 and the G2 in 2012. Now, with the development of technology, three of these objects could be discovered in one more work. Initially, it was thought that G1 and G2 were dust clouds that managed to escape from the cruelty of the central black hole. Later, it was understood that a cloud of super-mass black holes had to be separated into pieces of a dust cloud that was being gravitationally drawn. From that time it turned out that G1 and G2 are other things.
With the three newly discovered objects, the number of G objects with similar properties was 5. What makes them extraordinary is bulging things for scientists. Unlike the other stars, it can be observed that only G objects have glowing dust clouds. To clearly see these objects, a device called OSIRIS-Volume Display (OsrsVol) is being developed.
With this device it will be clear that what is very confusing with the G objects is how they are, how they are, and how they light up when they are near a super black hole.
The main problem is: why are the G objects so big?
The research team says these objects are much bigger than typical stars and have much more energy. There are also theories that there are two different stars that collide with each other. After these collisions, the object that will emerge is scattered for millions of years until it recovers again. They are expanding.
Vigorous associations also explain the high amount of energy and star brightness. If there is evidence within this theory, then the new question is why they have entered such an orbit before these stars collide.
Collecting data about G objects and reaching the result is not so easy. It will be necessary to observe its movements for perhaps 10 years in order to investigate the form of the last discovered object.