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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Thanks

    Nice article.
    They say:
    "Giant 'G2' cloud at centre of Milky Way could be falling in a continuous stream, without the spectacle astronomers were hoping for."
    "Nothing. Nada. Zilch. That’s what astronomers saw this spring when they trained their telescopes on the giant black hole at the Milky Way’s centre, hoping to see galactic fireworks as a huge gas cloud smashed into it."

    What is the difference between could, would or should?
    This article is from 2014.
    So what is the current status of G2.
    Did it already smash into the SMBH with galactic fireworks and gone forever?
    Or, do we still see it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Lee View Post
    This article is from 2014.
    So what is the current status of G2.
    Did it already smash into the SMBH with galactic fireworks and gone forever?
    Or, do we still see it?
    https://www.google.com/search?q=sagittarius+a+g2

    https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/c...d-chatter.html
    https://www.space.com/31524-black-ho...-goldmine.html
    https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.07095

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Lee View Post
    So, sometimes I got the fealling that if our scientists have an idea, they look at the observation though the filter of that idea.
    I would consider it as a mistake.
    They have to look at any observation without any pre ideas and try to find what could be the outcome of what they see.

    Therefore, I want to know on which observation they have based their ideas for the activity process in accretion disc.
    Dave Lee,

    This has gone on long enough. You are welcome to ask questions but here in Space/Astronomy Questions and Answers forum, the answers you receive will be mainstream and you must not argue those answers on any sort of ATM basis. And to be blunt, several of the moderators/admins believe that your argumentative responses give the appearance that you are pursuing an ATM agenda outside of the ATM forum. With your infraction history, you don't want to do that. At this point, even a 1-point infraction will automatically suspend you for two weeks. After that, it may well be permanent.
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    It is stated:

    http://earthsky.org/space/how-g2-sur...lky-ways-heart
    How G2 survived the black hole at our Milky Way’s heart?


    Black Hole's Rejected Snack Becomes Science Goldmine

    https://www.space.com/31524-black-ho...-goldmine.html

    Remember that mysterious cloud of gas that was supposed to be on a collision course with the supermassive black hole in the center of our galaxy? Well, astronomers are still trying to work out why it wasn’t sucked in, and why it didn’t spark the mother of all cosmic fireworks displays.

    So, yes, G2 had survived!!!
    It wasn't sucked in.

    However, our Astronomers are still trying to work out why it wasn’t sucked in...

    Simple question to our dear Astronomers:

    Why are you so sure about this theory?
    Could it be that this is "just a theory" and it might be incorrect?
    Could it be that our SMBH doesn't like to eat this kind of snack?
    Why don't you shift a gear and look for better idea which fits your observation instead of holding your current irrelevant theory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Lee View Post
    Why don't you shift a gear and look for better idea which fits your observation instead of holding your current irrelevant theory?
    Not a wise way to follow a moderator's warning. Thread closed pending discussion.

    Edit to add: This thread will remain closed. OP suspended.
    Last edited by PetersCreek; 2018-Jun-18 at 09:26 PM.
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