this new beautiful hi rez composite image comes to us from hubble and spritzer (NICMOS) infrared. (click to embiggen)
however it doesn't make much sense when you think about it. most everyone believes that there is a supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy.. it seems to me that the closer we get to seeing the center of the galaxy the more evidence there should be to support the idea. like maybe a giant ball of nothing? or some kind of void zone? what we see instead is dense clusters of stars and more importantly hugely massive stars,.. like 20 times bigger than our entire solar system (our sun and all of our planets/objects that orbit our sun) 20 times!!
it looks to me like the closer we get to the center of the galaxy the less it looks like mainstream astronomy predicts, and more like it is described in Abraham chapter 3:
2 And I saw the stars, that they were very great, and that one of them was nearest unto the throne of God; and there were many great ones which were near unto it;
they have discovered at least 300 of these very massive stars near the center of the galaxy.
3 And the Lord said unto me: These are the governing ones; and the name of the great one is Kolob, because it is near unto me, for I am the Lord thy God: I have set this one to govern all those which belong to the same order as that upon which thou standest.if we are ever able to see to the exact center of the galaxy i submit that you will find the very opposite of a dark void.