What's that big light at the center of the Milky Way?
A supermassive black hole named Sagittarius A is believed to be at the Galactic Center. There is really stong evidence to support that.
Probably a star (or a 'high concentration of stars'(--Cuppy)) orbiting around the Supermassive blackhole.
Earth, DUHHH lol jk. Look at the other answers because this one is useless
Look up black hole on wikipedia. See the picture? It's stars orbiting THAT. It makes my hair stand up on end.
its called the galactic rifthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Rift_%28astronomy%29
its a black hole its looks like star bc light particles and stars themselves bend around the massive gravitational pull
Billions of stars so far away they look like one big bright light. It's like looking at the headlights of a car in the far distance, looks like one light, same principle