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The strange movement of the stars has been able to prove the existence of a space-time tunnels known as wormholes, a new study suggests.

Worm holes are mysterious elements that have been used for many years in science fiction novels and movies, but they have never been spotted in real life.

“When you have two stars, one on each side of the worm hole, the stars are on our side, to feel the gravitational influence of the stars on the other side of it. The gravity flow will be going through the wormhole,” said Dejan Stojkovic, cosmologist and professor of physics at the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences, in a statement. “So, if you have a map of the predicted path of a star around Sagittarius A*, you can see the difference between the original track and if there is a wormhole with a star on the other side of it.”

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An artist’s concept illustrates a supermassive black hole. A new theoretical study presents a method that can be used to search for wormholes in the background of a supermassive black hole.
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In their paper, published this month in Physical Review D), the scientists write that it is possible to determine the presence of a wormhole, you need to look for small changes in the predicted orbit of the stars close to Sagittarius A*.

Still, Stojkovic explained that if the wormholes have ever been discovered, and it will not be shown in movies such as “A Wrinkle in Time.”

Even if a wormhole is traversable, the people and the ships are probably not going to pass,” he said. “Realistically, it would be a source of negative energy to keep the wormhole open, and we don’t know how to do it. To create a huge wormhole that’s stable, and there’s also a bit of magic.”

The researcher also explained that data collection over a longer period of time, the S2 is a star that is seen orbitting Sagittarius A*, the researchers have to make a determination of the existence of a wormhole. This improvement could be done in one or two decades ago.

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