If you didn’t already remember, NASA made a curious observation when testing their new telescopes.
They attempted to photograph the center of our galaxy, but after the image was publicly published, it was discovered that the galaxy’s center is occupied by a massive cross-shaped structure of some kind.
The image was taken by the Wide Field Planetary Camera, which is part of the Hubble Space Telescope. The cross is located in the middle of the Whirlwind galaxy, also known as M51A by experts.
The cross, NASA claims, is the product of a black hole swallowing in all the dust particles it can get its grubby paws on, debunking the idea that a god sits there slumbering around. It is also thought to have a mass of one million stars the size of our Sun.
The longest side of the cross, as seen in the picture, is about 100 light-years in diameter, and the whole frame, according to NASA, is 1100 light-years in diameter, which is ridiculous, to say the least.