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The stars are orbiting our Milky Way's center for now. But, perhaps this isn't a Full stop. There are purposesprobabilities for themthese to fall into the center and crush into nowhere.

  So, yes indeed. We are spiraling inner towards the center. An amazing gravitational mass is thought to exist at the galactic center. As we're at some pretty longer distance, the effect maybe negligiblenegligible. But, we're (I mean, our solar system) being accelerated spirally towards the center.


An add-up for WHY? : Though most galaxies are thought to have a black-hole at their center, our galaxy indeed has a black-hole (a super-massive one) which has been pretending now & then to be the galactic center. Scientists are a bit wondered by it as the physical proof for Einstein's GR may or may not arrive (because physicists would get happy for both failure and success). What do ya think about the star in the image below. Definitely, it's not a star because other stars are orbiting it :-)

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A great proof is Wiki and several other articles based on the discovery which you could Google easily. Have a look at the stars S0-2 and S0-102 which orbit our massive black-hole.

No offense. It is a nice question. But, it looks like you're wondered from Rutherford atom model where electrons spiral into the nucleus. So, you're right. We're spiraling into Sagittarius A* every now & then :-)                 hole

The stars are orbiting our Milky Way's center for now. But, perhaps this isn't a Full stop. There are purposes for them to fall into the center and crush into nowhere.

  So, yes indeed. We are spiraling inner towards the center. An amazing gravitational mass is thought to exist at the galactic center. As we're at some pretty longer distance, the effect maybe negligible. But, we're (I mean, our solar system) being accelerated spirally towards the center.


An add-up for WHY? : Though most galaxies are thought to have a black-hole at their center, our galaxy indeed has a black-hole (a super-massive one) which has been pretending now & then to be the galactic center. Scientists are a bit wondered by it as the physical proof for Einstein's GR may or may not arrive (because physicists would get happy for both failure and success). What do ya think about the star in the image below. Definitely, it's not a star because other stars are orbiting it :-)

                 hole

A great proof is Wiki and several other articles based on the discovery which you could Google easily. Have a look at the stars S0-2 and S0-102 which orbit our massive black-hole.

No offense. It is a nice question. But, it looks like you're wondered from Rutherford atom model where electrons spiral into the nucleus. So, you're right. We're spiraling into Sagittarius A* every now & then :-)

The stars are orbiting our Milky Way's center for now. But, perhaps this isn't a Full stop. There are probabilities for these to fall into the center and crush into nowhere. So, yes indeed. We are spiraling inner towards the center. An amazing gravitational mass is thought to exist at the galactic center. As we're at some pretty longer distance, the effect maybe negligible. But, we're (I mean, our solar system) being accelerated spirally towards the center.


An add-up for WHY? : Though most galaxies are thought to have a black-hole at their center, our galaxy indeed has a black-hole (a super-massive one) which has been pretending now & then to be the galactic center. Scientists are a bit wondered by it as the physical proof for Einstein's GR may or may not arrive (because physicists would get happy for both failure and success). What do ya think about the star in the image below. Definitely, it's not a star because other stars are orbiting it :-)

A great proof is Wiki and several other articles based on the discovery which you could Google easily. Have a look at the stars S0-2 and S0-102 which orbit our massive black-hole.

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The stars are orbiting our Milky Way's center for now. But, perhaps this isn't a Full stop. There are purposes for them to fall into the center and crush into nowhere.

So, yes indeed. We are spiraling inner towards the center. An amazing gravitational mass is thought to exist at the galactic center. As we're at some pretty longer distance, the effect maybe negligible. But, we're (I mean, our solar system) being accelerated spirally towards the center.


An add-up for WHY? : Though most galaxies are thought to have a black-hole at their center, our galaxy indeed has a black-hole (a super-massive one) which has been pretending now & then to be the galactic center. Scientists are a bit wondered by it as the physical proof for Einstein's GR may or may not arrive (because physicists would get happy for both failure and success). What do ya think about the star in the image below. Definitely, it's not a star because other stars are orbiting it :-)

                 hole

A great proof is Wiki and several other articles based on the discovery which you could Google easily. Have a look at the stars S0-2 and S0-102 which orbit our massive black-hole.

No offense. It is a nice question. But, it looks like you're wondered from Rutherford atom model where electrons spiral into the nucleus. MaybeSo, you're right. Maybe within some million years, we'd definitely experience special relativityWe're spiraling into (like running late for exams would take us early) in our own Earth everyday. But, we'd not be in Earth to see it thoughSagittarius A* every now & then :-)

The stars are orbiting our Milky Way's center for now. But, perhaps this isn't a Full stop. There are purposes for them to fall into the center and crush into nowhere.

So, yes indeed. We are spiraling inner towards the center. An amazing gravitational mass is thought to exist at the galactic center. As we're at some pretty longer distance, the effect maybe negligible. But, we're (I mean, our solar system) being accelerated spirally towards the center.


An add-up for WHY? : Though most galaxies are thought to have a black-hole at their center, our galaxy indeed has a black-hole (a super-massive one) which has been pretending now & then to be the galactic center. Scientists are a bit wondered by it as the physical proof for Einstein's GR may or may not arrive (because physicists would get happy for both failure and success). What do ya think about the star in the image below. Definitely, it's not a star because other stars are orbiting it :-)

                 hole

A great proof is Wiki and several other articles based on the discovery which you could Google easily. Have a look at the stars S0-2 and S0-102 which orbit our massive black-hole.

No offense. It is a nice question. But, it looks like you're wondered from Rutherford atom model where electrons spiral into the nucleus. Maybe, you're right. Maybe within some million years, we'd definitely experience special relativity (like running late for exams would take us early) in our own Earth everyday. But, we'd not be in Earth to see it though :-)

The stars are orbiting our Milky Way's center for now. But, perhaps this isn't a Full stop. There are purposes for them to fall into the center and crush into nowhere.

So, yes indeed. We are spiraling inner towards the center. An amazing gravitational mass is thought to exist at the galactic center. As we're at some pretty longer distance, the effect maybe negligible. But, we're (I mean, our solar system) being accelerated spirally towards the center.


An add-up for WHY? : Though most galaxies are thought to have a black-hole at their center, our galaxy indeed has a black-hole (a super-massive one) which has been pretending now & then to be the galactic center. Scientists are a bit wondered by it as the physical proof for Einstein's GR may or may not arrive (because physicists would get happy for both failure and success). What do ya think about the star in the image below. Definitely, it's not a star because other stars are orbiting it :-)

                 hole

A great proof is Wiki and several other articles based on the discovery which you could Google easily. Have a look at the stars S0-2 and S0-102 which orbit our massive black-hole.

No offense. It is a nice question. But, it looks like you're wondered from Rutherford atom model where electrons spiral into the nucleus. So, you're right. We're spiraling into Sagittarius A* every now & then :-)

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The stars are orbiting our Milky Way's center for now. But, perhaps this isn't a Full stop. There are purposes for them to fall into the center and crush into nowhere.

So, yes indeed. We are spiraling inner towards the center. An amazing gravitational mass is thought to exist at the galactic center. As we're at some pretty longer distance, the effect maybe negligible. But, we're (I mean, our solar system) being accelerated spirally towards the center.


An add-up for WHY? : Though most galaxies are thought to have a black-hole at their center, our galaxy indeed has a black-hole (a super-massive one) which has been pretending now & then to be the galactic center. Scientists are a bit wondered by it as the physical proof for Einstein's GR may or may not arrive (because physicists would get happy for both failure and success). What do ya think about the star in the image below. Definitely, it's not a star because other stars are orbiting it :-)

                 hole

A great proof is Wiki and several other articles based on the discovery which you could Google easily. Have a look at the stars S0-2 and S0-102 which orbit our massive black-hole.

No offense. It is a nice question. But, it looks like you're wondered from Rutherford atom model where electrons spiral into the nucleus. Maybe, you're right. Maybe within some million years, we'd definitely experience special relativity (like running late for exams would take us early) in our own Earth everyday. But, we'd not be in Earth to see it though :-)