What does lie at the Milky Way centre? Insights from the S2-star orbit precession
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, December 2021
C R Argüelles, M F Mestre, E A Becerra-Vergara, V Crespi, A Krut, J A Rueda, R Ruffini
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