The black hole of Milky Way is getting bigger and hungrier

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The astronomers of the UCLA came up with an announcement of 11th of September 2019, the previous week. By the looks of, the scientist has reportedly caught a supermassive black hole which is located at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. On the other hand, the black hole is having a large or an unusual meal made up of dust and gas.

Moreover, the group of astronomers said that they see the feasting activity of the black hole on the 13th of Monday 2019. Some of the astronomers feel that the event has already happened around 25,000 years ago. Since the munching, the center of the galaxy has been around 25,000 light-years away from the blue planet.

According to the astronomers, the blackhole name Sagittarius A* was extremely bright back in May, this year. On the other hand, the astronomers also said that the Sagittarius A* grew 75 times as far as the size is concerned. The only question that the astronomers sought during that time was how the area right outside Sagittarius A* suddenly got bigger.

The astronomers said they did not see the change in activity patterns of the Sagittarius A*. Also, the black hole is known to be extremely well-behaved as it is getting hungry.

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