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    • Cosmic Journeys: Supermassive Black Hole in the Milky Way Galaxy

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      From the popular series Cosmic Journey we bring you the Supermassive Black Hole in the Milky Way Galaxy. In this documentary viewers are given an extensive look into the methods in which scientists have tried to catch a glimpse of the black hole.

      All clues point to something important taking place inside the bulge in our galaxy as referred to by astronomers. This bulge is tightly packed with about 400 billion stars but what does it all mean? A dense dust and blinding starlight have always made it difficult for astronomers to look inside this “bulge”

      Back in the 1930s, Karl Jansky and employee of Bell Telephone Labs was the first take notice of the significance of this bulge. He discovered a hissing which would be labelled Sagittarius A. When news of this static leaked to the public he had to assure them it was not a hiss of aliens.

      For over three decades there was very little advancement in the discovery of this black hole. However, as technology continues to progress and our astronomers and scientists become more ambitious we continue to get closer to seeing this black hole. Computer simulations have been put together as to what they picture the black hole to look like, but are they right?

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      Published on April 20, 2010 · Filed under: Astronomy, Space, Cosmology, Physics
    • Amir Bengali

      Great Documentary…
      Mindblowing
      Thanks For Posting It

    • MauiPhatz

      This doc is definately NOT a waste of a 1/2 hour. Just plain excellent

    • Robbyou

      this cosmic journeys series is just great