Supermassive Black Hole A*
Added on: 2010-01-08 19:56:23
Categories: genre:sci-fi advisory:Web 14 advisory:violence setting:locality:space
A* comics arrive daily Monday through Friday, usually more than once per day.
In case you're wondering, yes, there really *is* a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy: Sagittarius A*, so named by scientific observers because it appears as the brightest part of a high energy radio source, denominated "A," located in the constellation Sagittarius when viewed from Earth. Sgr A*, the center of the Milky Way galaxy, about 26,000 light years from Earth, is roughly 4,000,000 times as massive as the Sun.
The last 5 crawl errors during the last 30 days. Having this empty doesn't necessarily imply that there isn't something wrong with the crawler. I'll go through these eventually but I don't mind if you ask me to check whether the crawler's doing the right thing.
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|3304||2018-08-29 07:00:02||http://smbhax.com/?e=0034&d=0049||504||Gateway Timeout|
|3303||2018-08-27 22:00:02||http://smbhax.com/?e=0034&d=0048||504||Gateway Timeout|
|3303||2018-08-26 14:00:01||http://smbhax.com/?e=0034&d=0048||504||Gateway Timeout|