Genius scientist says Earth is closer to Big Black Hole as shown In New Milky way Map

If you ever thought about where we are placed in our home galaxy, the Milky way, or ever want to know how far we are from the massive Big Black Hole?

There is no correct information about that but as seen in the new Milky Way galaxy map our planet Earth is now 2000 light-year closer to Blackhole. On the other end, there is no chance to escape from a black hole, not even with the speed of light. So, what will happen if we get too close to the Blackhole?

A new cosmic map by world genius suggested that the Earth is very close to the Blackhole nearly about 2000 light-years closer. All we know Blackhole is situated at the center of our Milky Way. Don’t get fear, we still very far away from it nearly about thousands of light-years and not gonna plugin into it too soon.

Where Earth Stands In The Galaxy Milky way?

Astronomers from the National Astronomical e Observatory of Japan (NAOJ)constructed a new map by analyzing nature in space. The data is developed using data collected over the past 15 years. According to them, Earth is just 25,800 light-years far away from the center of the Milky Way where the Massive beast placed.

The research from the International Astronomical Union in 1985, the estimated official value of the earth’s distance from the center is 27,700. This clearly proves that the Earth is now 2000 light-years closer to the Big Blackhole.

Position and velocity map of the Milky Way Galaxy.

As per the information, the astronomers also analyzed the speed of the map as well as the position and velocity map of the galaxy. From the calculation, the team analyzed the center of the Galaxy- as every object in the galaxy rotates around the orbits. This velocity map suggested that Earth is moving at the speed of 227 km/s on its orbit which is calculated to be 7 km/s faster than the official known value of 220 km/s.

If you do not know about the Black hole ( it is situated at the center of Milky Way and said to be 4.2 million larger in size from Sun. So, think if we strike into it what gonna happen.

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