Milky Way Galaxy’s supermassive black hole got 75 times brighter for two-hours and we got no goddamn clue why
Recently, our Milky Way Galaxy’s supermassive black hole shone brighter than a motherfucker for two-hours. And, the reason for it? We got no idea. Which is half of the awesomeness.
Surprisingly, at least to me, is this shit! The Milky Way Galaxy ain’t flat like a pancake. Instead, our galaxy’s stellar disk is an s-shape. Pretty fucking wild.
Milky Way Galaxy still shows scars from collision with a “ghost of a galaxy” because space fucking rules!
The Milky Way Galaxy! Home to all known life in the Universe. Also, survivor of a collision with a ghost of a galaxy. Fucking awesome.
Milky Way Galaxy has holes in it from a “dense bullet” of something. Scientists got no idea, and I love it
Another day, another fucking mystery in the cosmos. The latest? Oh, you know. The Milky Way Galaxy has fucking holes in it from a dense bullet of something. Amazing.
Thank The Maker.
Space is big! And mostly void! But here Hubble is giving us a glimpse into the densest, most dank point in the Milky Way Galaxy. The Arches Cluster.
Fuck, yo. If nature ain’t a real fucking gorgeous son of a gun. And goddamn if it doesn’t chap my ass that I can’t get out to places with the necessary lighting to peep me a look at the Milky Way Galaxy. It seems that luckier, more talented people will have to continue to bring me looks.
I say goddamn! If we can’t get up into them there Inter-national Space-Stations, at least they are doing us some solids. Sending back gorgeous pictures like this one. The Milky Way Galaxy straight bulgin’, the cosmos waving hello.
Kepler is always doing work! On its galactic grind. Crunching numbers. The latest calculations bound to blow out your space-bunghole is the finding that one out of every five sunlike stars has a planet the size of Earth.