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pictures-of-space: Triple-star System Passes near Milky Way’s Central Black Hole This illustration shows one possible mechanism for how the star HE 0437-5439 acquired enough energy to be ejected from our Milky Way galaxy.In this scenario, a triple-star system, consisting of a close binary system and another outer member bound to the group, is orbiting near the galaxy’s monster black hole. One star is captured by the black hole and the tightly bound pair gets ejected from the galaxy. As the duo speeds through the galaxy, one member evolves more quickly and consumes the other. The resulting rejuvenated star, massive and very blue, is called a blue straggler. For more information visit our webpage here : Triple-star System Passes Near Milky Way's Central Black Hole Triple-star system moves nearblackļ hole at center of Milky Way galaxy 2 One star falls toward black hole; Binary system leaves galaxy. binary pair recoils and is ejected. Black hole Milky Way 4 Binary merges to form blue straggler. 5 Blue.straggler travels away from galaxy. pictures-of-space: Triple-star System Passes near Milky Way’s Central Black Hole This illustration shows one possible mechanism for how the star HE 0437-5439 acquired enough energy to be ejected from our Milky Way galaxy.In this scenario, a triple-star system, consisting of a close binary system and another outer member bound to the group, is orbiting near the galaxy’s monster black hole. One star is captured by the black hole and the tightly bound pair gets ejected from the galaxy. As the duo speeds through the galaxy, one member evolves more quickly and consumes the other. The resulting rejuvenated star, massive and very blue, is called a blue straggler. For more information visit our webpage here

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pictures-of-space: Triple-star System Passes near Milky Way’s Central Black Hole This illustration shows one possible mechanism for how the star HE 0437-5439 acquired enough energy to be ejected from our Milky Way galaxy.In this scenario, a triple-star system, consisting of a close binary system and another outer member bound to the group, is orbiting near the galaxy’s monster black hole. One star is captured by the black hole and the tightly bound pair gets ejected from the galaxy. As the duo speeds through the galaxy, one member evolves more quickly and consumes the other. The resulting rejuvenated star, massive and very blue, is called a blue straggler. For more information visit our webpage here : Triple-star System Passes Near Milky Way's Central Black Hole Triple-star system moves nearblackļ hole at center of Milky Way galaxy 2 One star falls toward black hole; Binary system leaves galaxy. binary pair recoils and is ejected. Black hole Milky Way 4 Binary merges to form blue straggler. 5 Blue.straggler travels away from galaxy. pictures-of-space: Triple-star System Passes near Milky Way’s Central Black Hole This illustration shows one possible mechanism for how the star HE 0437-5439 acquired enough energy to be ejected from our Milky Way galaxy.In this scenario, a triple-star system, consisting of a close binary system and another outer member bound to the group, is orbiting near the galaxy’s monster black hole. One star is captured by the black hole and the tightly bound pair gets ejected from the galaxy. As the duo speeds through the galaxy, one member evolves more quickly and consumes the other. The resulting rejuvenated star, massive and very blue, is called a blue straggler. For more information visit our webpage here

pictures-of-space: Triple-star System Passes near Milky Way’s Central Black Hole This illustration shows one possible mechanism for ho...

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pictures-of-space: Triple-star System Passes near Milky Way’s Central Black Hole This illustration shows one possible mechanism for how the star HE 0437-5439 acquired enough energy to be ejected from our Milky Way galaxy.In this scenario, a triple-star system, consisting of a close binary system and another outer member bound to the group, is orbiting near the galaxy’s monster black hole. One star is captured by the black hole and the tightly bound pair gets ejected from the galaxy. As the duo speeds through the galaxy, one member evolves more quickly and consumes the other. The resulting rejuvenated star, massive and very blue, is called a blue straggler. For more information visit our webpage here : Triple-star System Passes Near Milky Way's Central Black Hole Triple-star system moves nearblackļ hole at center of Milky Way galaxy 2 One star falls toward black hole; Binary system leaves galaxy. binary pair recoils and is ejected. Black hole Milky Way 4 Binary merges to form blue straggler. 5 Blue.straggler travels away from galaxy. pictures-of-space: Triple-star System Passes near Milky Way’s Central Black Hole This illustration shows one possible mechanism for how the star HE 0437-5439 acquired enough energy to be ejected from our Milky Way galaxy.In this scenario, a triple-star system, consisting of a close binary system and another outer member bound to the group, is orbiting near the galaxy’s monster black hole. One star is captured by the black hole and the tightly bound pair gets ejected from the galaxy. As the duo speeds through the galaxy, one member evolves more quickly and consumes the other. The resulting rejuvenated star, massive and very blue, is called a blue straggler. For more information visit our webpage here

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