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Monster of the Milky Way 

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Eric Becklin Eric Becklin ... Self
Gregory Benford Gregory Benford ... Self
Tiziana Di Matteo Tiziana Di Matteo ... Self
Reinhard Genzel Reinhard Genzel ... Self
Andrea Ghez Andrea Ghez ... Self
Andrew J.S. Hamilton Andrew J.S. Hamilton ... Self (as Andrew Hamilton)
Brian McNamara Brian McNamara ... Self
Liev Schreiber ... Self - Narrator
Antony A. Stark Antony A. Stark ... Self
Kip Thorne ... Self
Neil deGrasse Tyson ... Self
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Monster Of The Milky Way
24 August 2015 | by jcolyer1229See all my reviews

Eric Becklin, Reinhard Genzel and Adrea Ghez track the stars at the center of the Milky Way. In doing so, they determine that there is a black hole at our galaxy's heart. There are small stellar black holes and supermassive black holes like the ones at the centers of large galaxies. Infrared light is used to study the center of the Milky Way. Space falls into a black hole like water going over a waterfall. It is amazing how far astronomy and cosmology have come in the last few years. It makes me wonder what things will be like in the next century. Man will surely be on Mars. Maybe Pluto! Hey, Becklin! Get a haircut! This is not 1969!


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31 October 2006 (USA) See more »

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