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Astronomy What Is This Strange Object At The Center Of Our Galaxy?

Like most galaxies, the center of the Milky Way contains a supermassive black hole. And now astronomers have discovered a gas cloud that made a tight orbit around our black hole, called Sagittarius A*, over 10 years ago. They’ve dubbed the object G1. 

In 2011, researchers from Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics detected a gas cloud they called G2, but not everyone agrees that the object was a gas cloud. Some say G2 is a star surrounded by a layer of dust and gas, Space.com explains: When G2 made its closest approach to the black hole this summer, it wasn’t torn apart, suggesting that it’s a solid body. However, according to the Max Planck team, a gas cloud could have stayed intact. They argue that G2 was once part of a larger gas streamer that broke up into smaller gas clouds, which all follow the same path -- like pearls on a string. Identifying additional gas clouds following G2’s path could strongly support their claim. 

In this new work, a team led by Max Planck’s Oliver Pfuhl and Stefan Gillessen tracked the object’s ongoing disruption by the black hole’s gravitational field using deep infrared observations at the Very Large Telescope. They were surprised to find that a faint and blurry object had already passed the point of closest approach to the black hole in 2001. “Already a decade ago, another gas cloud -- which we now call G1 -- has been observed in the central region of our galaxy,” Gillessen says in a news release. “We explored the connection between G1 and G2 and find an astonishing similarity in both orbits.” That similarity suggests that G1 is about 13 years ahead of G2.

So, the scientists fed this information into a model for a combined orbit. “Our basic idea is that G1 and G2 might be clumps of the same gas streamer,” Pfuhl explains. “In this case, we should be able to simultaneously fit both data sets and, indeed, our model captures the G1 and G2 orbits remarkably well.”

Above are the gas clouds G1 (blue) and G2 (red) at the center of the Milky Way. The spherical cloud has been stretched by the black hole’s gravitational field. The red side approaches the black hole (indicated with a cross) at velocities of a few thousand kilometers per second; the blue part has already passed its closest distance to the black hole and is moving away again. The solid line shows the best-fit common orbit for the two gas clouds, and the dashed line shows the orbit of S2, the star with the best known orbit. 

A likely source for both G1 and G2, they think, could be clumps in the wind of one of the massive disk stars. The new findings will be published in the Astrophysical Journal, and it appears online at arXiv now.

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Technology Seven Year Old Hacks Coffee Shop WiFi
It is always good when you find a free Wi-Fi connection at a coffee shop so you can read the news, chat with your friends, check your emails or simply watch YouTube. But all of this changed for all those present the day when Betsy Davies, a seven year old girl, hacked one such WAP and accessed a stranger’s laptop within minutes.

An experiment was conducted by Hide My Ass!, a company that provides Virtual Private Network services, to alert the public about the risks involved when using free, public Wi-Fi. So to prove how easy and vulnerable you may be, the team at Hide My Ass! gave this task to a seven year old girl.

“We set the challenge to IT-savvy, primary school student, Betsy Davies from Dulwich in South London, who was able to hack into a public Wi-Fi hotspot after she searched and watched a video tutorial online which explained how to hack a network. It took 7-year old Betsy just 10 minutes and 54 seconds to hack into a Wi-Fi hotspot. She then set up a Rogue Access Point which is often used by cybercriminals to trigger a ‘man in the middle’ attack allowing her to ‘sniff’ traffic.” – Hide My Ass Blog Post.

Professional hacker Marcus Dempsey, a person who is often hired by big companies to test their computer security systems, watched Betsy as she made her way through by Googling everything. Of the things she Googled, there were eleven million results returned and about fourteen thousand video tutorials linked via YouTube.

“The results of this experiment are worrying but not entirely surprising, I know just how easily a layman can gain access to a stranger’s device, and in an age where children are often more tech literate than adults, hacking can literally be child’s play. Adults need to get their heads around online security basics – and stick to them whenever they connect to an insecure network. As for children, while its admirable educators are focusing on skills like coding, it’s important to teach them about the dangers that lurk online, as well instilling a clear sense of the ethics. After all, as easily as one can now code a computer game, so one can fall into the dark world of hacking.” – stated by Dempsey.

Researchers who were involved in this experiment came up with astonishing numbers, saying that about two thirds of Britons use open Wi-Fi hotspots with a ratio of twenty percent on weekly basis. It was also noted that sensitive data was being exchanged such as names, passwords, emails, addresses, national insurance numbers, pictures, and online banking being on top of the line.

Cain McKenna Charley, a member of Hide My Ass, said that the image of cyber criminals hiding away in some far flung part of the world is antiquated. They are just as likely to be sitting next to you in a coffee shop or a public library. And if a child can perform a basic hack on a Wi-Fi network in minutes, imagine the damage a professional blackhat hacker could do.  Just as you wouldn’t announce your online banking details at full volume in a public place, we want to remind Britons to protect their information from online eavesdroppers. Although there’s growing awareness of the data we willingly hand over when we click ‘Agree’ to join an open network, many still have no idea just how simple it is to compromise a WiFi network and steal the information of those using it.

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