Sgr A* vs. G2: Postmortem and What’s Next

A Short Review Observation of the stars in orbit around the Supermassive Black Hole (SMBH), Sgr A*, began in the early 1990s. At that time it was hypothesized that a SMBH existed at the center of our galaxy, but confirmation would not be possible until the orbits of the innermost stars could be determined. Finding … Continue reading

CME To Cause Nationwide Powerfailure?

Could the en-route pair of powerful Coronal Mass Ejections, due to impact our planet on June 16, be the one? (One, because they have COMBINED into one mass storm!) This is the projected path, found on spaceweather.com and created by the men and women at GSFC- As we approach predicted Solar Maximum in early 2013, should we … Continue reading