posted on Nov, 29 2010 @ 02:55 PM
With SO-45, who knows? What's the difference between a broken line and a solid one? Does broken mean it's below it? Above it? My observations:
Whatever it is seems to definitely have a gravitational pull to it. There appears to be several objects orbiting it, but a few are interesting.
SO-2 - definitely orbiting this object. Notice how it speeds up a lot as it gets closer and turns sharp and fast around it, then slows as it gets
further away and turns back on it.
SO-20 - Also seems to be orbiting the object, but not as close as SO-2.
SO-37 - Orbiting at a fairly constant speed and distance.
SO-16 - This one is interesting. It moves faster as it gets closer and almost seems to run straight into it, but does a very tight turn around it and
shoots back out the way it came. Notice that it's slowing down towards the end and about to make another run on it.
There are some maybe's and I'll use SO-16 as a base.
SO-5 - Quite far away, but you can see that it turns around and is headed back towards the object. It seems to be on a similar pattern that SO-16 is
SO-3 - Seems to be slowing and just starting to turn back on the object, but hard to tell. It does seem that way though.
SO-53 and SO-49 - Also far away like SO-5, but seems to be doing that slowing down and turning thing.
So, potentially eight objects orbiting this thing? I would think if it was a black hole, it would have sucked up something particularly SO-16 and
SO-2. Whatever it is has a strong gravitational pull, though.