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Is What We Know About the Milky Way All Wrong?

The current scientific consensus is that a supermassive black hole lurks at the center of our galaxy, but a new study suggests that might not be true for the Milky Way. So what is the object at its center (known as Sagittarius A*) and what major implications could this discovery have on our understanding of the universe? Let's dive in.

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Is What We Know About the Milky Way All Wrong?
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    What's really at the center of the milky way?

    The Milky Way Might Have a Core of Dark Matter Instead of a Black Hole

    The Milky Way Might Have a Core of Dark Matter Instead of a Black Hole

    A new study suggests that the Milky Way might not have a black hole.

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