Mini-Throughput, Black Hole Edition: There is a Monster at the end of this Galaxy

Michael Siegel

Michael Siegel is an astronomer living in Pennsylvania. He blogs at his own site, and has written a novel.

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  1. Oscar Gordon
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    I does look just like the M87 images. Granted, Sag A is a lot closer than M87, although 25K light years is still quite a trip for a better picture.Report

  2. Mike Schilling
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    No wonder the Puppeteers are fleeing the core.Report

    • Michael Cain in reply to Mike Schilling
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      Known Space always suffered from the temporal coincidence problem. Shift any race a million years forward or back, shift the core explosion by a million years one way or the other… and none of it works. My hypothesis has always been that the Outsiders were creating strategy games for their youngsters to play.Report

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