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If Sag A* really does harbor a black hole, it ought to shine as an X-ray source. The X-rays would come from hot gas in an accretion disk swirling into the dense gravitational field of the hole. Previous X-ray satellites lacked the combined resolution and sensitivity to make this basic test. But now, thanks to the Chandra X-ray Observatory, astronomers finally have the data they've been waiting for.
Originally posted by Mrrrr
However i DO have one question, Can the sun go supernova or is it too small?
Spot on. There are good scientists and bad scientists...
Originally posted by Equinox99
This scientist is an idiot at best. The is heating up because it is part of it's cycle. It cools a little then heats up. Why? I don't know.
According to science the sun will not blow.