Earth inching closer towards supermassive blackhole

Based on new values written by the VLBI Exploration of Radio astronomy, the Supermassive region is currently sitting at twenty five,800 light-years from Earth. per a brand new map issued by a Japanese astronomy project VERA, planet Earth has edged some 2000 light-years nearer to a supermassive black hole situated at the center of the galaxy. Not simply that, the only inhabitable planet within the scheme was currently rushing seven km/s (~16,000 mph) quicker towards the big celestial void.

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