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Q: What do the two stars near the center of this block represent?
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Why can't we see the stars in the center of our galaxy?

Several reasons. The most important is that clouds of dust and gas between here and there block our view. Another possible reason why we can't see stars at the center of our galaxy is that there aren't any left. We believe that supermassive black holes occupy the centers of most large galaxies including the Milky Way; there may be no stars left near the galactic center.


Do stars ever colide with other stars?

That's possible in principle, but extremely unlikely in our immediate neighborhood. Near the center of galaxies, that likelyhood increases, since stars are much closer together.


What main conclusion did the Herschels draw from their star counts?

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What are stars called when they are in a group?

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What is the evidence that the center of your galaxy contains a massive black hole?

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