ALMA detected signals from 11 low-mass stars that are forming dangerously close -3 light years away- from our supermassive black hole, known to astronomers as Sagittarius A * (Sgr A *). At that distance, the gravitational forces of the supermassive black hole are intense enough to disintegrate any incubator clouds that come too close.

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