This sequence of images from the X-ray Telescope aboard the Swift satellite shows changes in the central region of the Milky Way galaxy from 2006 through 2013. Watch for flares from binary systems containing either a neutron star or q black hole and the changing brightness of the galaxy’s central black hole Sgr A*.
Video Credit: NASA
Sooooo. That repeating blue pulse in the upper right quadrant of the image; is that a Q-black hole?
Was just going to comment on the same one, I think it’s a pulsar/quasar.
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