10 Unbelievable Facts You Should Believe About The Milky Way

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Hundreds Of Billions Of Stars Are In The Milky Way

Hundreds Of Billions Of Stars Are In The Milky Way
It is impossible though to count the stars manually. But we know there are hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy now. This includes the gas, dust and the supermassive black hole which make the area is extremely thick. The scientist believes that our galaxy is filled with 90% of dark matter, 10% gas and dust. It is estimated around 3% our galaxy is made of stars. Additionally, the scientist believes that the stars in our galaxy is 100 billion, others believe around 400-700 billion. cool stuff space science cool stuff science cool stuff space for science

The Supermassive Blackhole Is At the Heart of Our Galaxy

The Scientist believe that our supermassive blackhole weight is equal with 4 million suns. Even though we cannot see the black hole, the scientists have studied it for several years from the small star which is called S2. This star orbits within Sagittarius A* (the massive object that is located in the center of our galaxy). Every 16 years, they monitor it and found three bright flares that traveled around this black hole. cool stuff space science cool stuff science cool stuff space for science

Another Blackhole Is Wandering Around The Milky Way

New research finds the Jupiter-sized back ole is moving around the Milky Way. The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array reveals data that consisted of two gas clouds named Balloon and Stream were moving with the odd pattern. cool stuff space science cool stuff science cool stuff space for science

The Earth Is Located At The Center of The Habitable Zone

Earth Is At The Center Of The Habitable Zone In Our Galaxy
It is confirmed that almost 3000 planetary and 4000 exoplanets are in the Milky Way. There are hundreds of them have more than one planet and it is located in the Habitable Zone which will be more of them are waiting to be noticed. Of course, our Earth is located in this place. According to the Australian National University, the Galatic Habitable Zone has 10% stars of the Milky Way’s. cool stuff space science cool stuff science cool stuff space for science

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