Located 25,000 light-years away in the direction of Sagittarius, containing a huge assortment of young stars which are pretty massive in size. So what is suprising to astronomers about this observed phenomena?
Last month, Space.com reported…
“A dense cluster of young stars situated near the supermassive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way is surprisingly normal, with stars of high and low masses roughly in the same proportions as clusters in more tranquil parts of the galactic neighborhood.”
Yes, stars behaving unnaturally near a blackhole is at the core of what is baffling astronomers about the Arches Cluster! It falsifies their belief on star and galaxy formation. Secular Astronomers believe stars are formed by a naturally created gravitational attraction between naturally created dust particles in debris-filled space.
The dust cloud may vary, if it moves faster, according to secular astronomers, the less time it takes for the birth of a star. If it’s sparse, it may take hundreds of millions years longer for a birth of a star.
It is interesting to note how space.com calls the Arches Cluster an “exception” to the rule of Universal Law. “With the extreme conditions in the Arches Cluster, one might indeed imagine that stars won’t form in the same way as in our quiet solar neighborhood.”
But there own study shows these stars follow the same pattern of mass distribution we see in other parts of the the galaxy! There is definitely something wrong with the naturalistic hypothesis on star development.
Other observations with baby stars found happened to be in the most one of the unlikely places, in the galactic core which contains “fierce stellar winds, black holes and shock waves all make it a tough place!”
As Christians it comes to no surprise of discovering stars that are acting unnaturally, because it was designed by a very intelligent designer, namely God who created this finely tuned Universe in a precise way like a painter leaves his signture on his work.