The odds are slim, but a new analysis shows it’s possible.
Our local black hole is shining extra bright, and we aren't sure why.
It spans 100 light-years from wingtip to wingtip.
It warps and flares at the edges.
Our galaxy has stolen many a star.
But more importantly, we know a bit more about why the galaxy is the way it is.
But where is this stellar river heading?
Our neck of the universe is not such a flat space after all.
Our solar system is just a tiny speck in the Milky Way.
A galactic near-miss.
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