The South European Observatory confirmed something last week that scientists have long suspected: Sagittarius A *, an astronomical radio source at the center of our galaxy, is actually a huge black hole.
To verify this, scientists should look at objects traveling near Sagittarius A *. When a star called S2 orbits the center of gravity of Sagittarius A *, scientists from several European institutions watched three flashes that drove 30% the speed of light.
Now, the southern European flooding has released a recreation of this event.
This is what he describes in his YouTube video:
This video begins with a broad view of the Milky Way and then shows simulation and data visualization of the orbital movements of the gases which spin at a speed of 30 percent of the speed of light in a circular orbit around the massive black hole Sagittarius *.