Please refer to the link below from a phys.org article.. https://www.google.co.in/amp/s/phys.org/news/2014-11-astronomers-puzzle-bizarre-center-galaxy.amp 1. Can anyone explain, how the pointed region correspond to centre of our Galaxy? Simple geometrical explanation. 2. Is there any evidence of same or almost similar amount of x ray originating from other regions of our milky way? 3. Do we have any recorded observation of massive BHs (comparable to Sgr A) in other regions of our Milky Way? It's like have we ruled out that there is no other region as x-ray active as that?