A Super-Massive Black Hole Lies At The Center Of our own Milky Way Galaxy

It is now thought that most galaxies host supermassive black holes at their centers. In fact, 25,000 light years away at the centre of our own Milky way Galaxy is a black hole with 4 million times the mass of our own sun. It is this supermassive black hole that is the main target of investigation of BlackHoleCam and Event Horizon Telescope projects.

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