The strange movements of stars could provide evidence of the existence of tunnels in space and time, known as worm holes, suggests a new study.
The wormholes are from mysteries that have existed for many years in science fiction novels and films, but they have never been noticed in reality.
"If you have two stars, one on each side of the worm hole, the star on our side must feel the gravitational influence of the star on the other side. The gravitational flux will flow through the hole, "Dejan Stojkovic, a cosmologist and professor of physics at the University of the College of Arts and Sciences in Buffalo, said in a statement. "So if you are mapping the expected orbit of a star around Sagittarius A *, you should see deviations from that orbit if there is a worm hole there with a star on the other side."
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In this publication, published in Phys. determine the presence of a worm hole, looking for small changes in the predicted orbit of stars near Sagittarius A *.
However, Stojkovic also explained that if wormholes were ever found, they would not be the kind envisioned in films such as "Wrinkle in Time" "
" Even if a wormhole is passable, humans and spaceships are "they probably won't go through it," he said. "In reality, you will need a negative energy source to maintain the hole in the worm hole, and we do not know how to do it. To create a huge stable hole, you need by magic. "
The scientist also explained that collecting data over a longer period of time Me for S2, a star observed in the orbit of Sagittarius A *, will allow researchers to determine the presence of a worm. This progress can occur within one or two decades.
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