New results from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope likely confirm the presence of a black hole in our galaxy.
Zero mass is thought to lie 5,000 light-years away in the Milky Way’s Carina Sagittarius spiral arm. However, its discovery over the past six years of research has led scientists to believe that there is a closer black hole, only about 80 light-years away. Don’t worry just yet – and not nearly as earth shattering. But this discovery is a first for scientists and a milestone for the Hubble telescope.
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