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[[div]]SCP-XXXX

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[[div]]Keter[[/div]]
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Special Containment Procedures:

Foundation disinformation campaigns are to be initiated with the intent to maintain belief in the supposed Sagittarius-A super-massive black hole located at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy1. Any area within 10,000 light years of SCP-XXXX, including SCP-XXXX itself, is only to be observed by approved Foundation personnel and equipment.

Description:

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SCP-XXXX size in comparison with the Helix Nebula. Click to enlarge.

SCP-XXXX is an astronomical body located at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, in the location of the previously theorized Sagittarius-A super-massive black hole, resembling a standard milk gallon approximately 921 light-years long from top to bottom. Substances within SCP-XXXX are believed to be milk, in both vaporized and condensed states, molten calcium, and molten phosphorus, which are most likely generated from pressure at SCP-XXXX's core.

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Recreation of space-time bend surrounding SCP-XXXX. Click to enlarge.

SCP-XXXX is estimated to weigh slightly less than 1 M2. However, a sphere of immense gravitational pull (designated SCP-XXXX-1) exists around SCP-XXXX, approximately 1,000 light-years in diameter. An object capable of creating such a pull would weigh approximately 1.1 Quadrillion M3, though the exact mass fluctuates by a few pounds regularly. At its least amount of mass, SCP-XXXX-1 does not have enough pull to tear space-time, but does at its greatest amount. Due to this, SCP-XXXX-1 transforms into a black hole, often only in segments, around SCP-XXXX at random as its pull fluctuates, which is supposedly how the Milky Way Galaxy is kept in orbit around SCP-XXXX.

Due to SCP-XXXX-1's massive gravitational pull, it is currently unclear how all objects in the Milky Way Galaxy are kept in SCP-XXXX's orbit at their current velocity. Research into this anomaly, as well as SCP-XXXX's origin, is ongoing.

Addendum: (XXXX.1)

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and that's all i wrote.

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