Beautiful and majestic
Anthony_B_Russo10, thank you for this addition to my addon!
Really... It's unfortunately unrealistic.
I think Sagittarius would have shot at our Earth or any other inhabited planet in no time.
The accretion disc at black holes rotates at crazy speed.
The light emitted by one edge of the disc will experience a red shift and the photons at the other edge will be blue.
At the blue shift, the electromagnetic wavelength becomes shorter and the frequency increases, i.e. there is a shift to the ultraviolet part of the spectrum.
In other words, there is much more radiation (and gamma), and this is probably catastrophic for hypothetical life.
And the closeness of the accretion disk to life as we know it isn't a plus...
Keep in mind that the drive's temperature is very high and most likely there would only be solid scorched worlds in reality.
It would also kill all life and a relativistic jet with its radiation.
So living next to such monsters... not a good idea.
And there probably wouldn't be any planets there. The black hole would have pulled everything over.Added after 2 minutes 52 seconds:
Lafuente_Astronomy wrote:The North View of Sagittarius A*. It resembles a massive cosmic version of a Typhoon/Hurricane/Cyclone Storm familiar to Earth
There's something about that