1. How black holes can spaghettify stars that fall too close  Mashable
  2. A Black Hole’s Lunch: Stellar Spaghetti  The New York Times
  3. We actually don’t know how fast the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole is spinning but there might be a way to find out  Universe Today
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Astronomers observed a star undergo spaghettification around a black hole and an astrophysicist explained just how and why that event occurs.Spaghetti never sounded so deadly.

How black holes can spaghettify stars that fall too close

Astronomers observed a star become a “feast” for a cosmic monster.Astronomers observed a star become a “feast” for a cosmic monster.

The stars at the center of our galaxy could tell us just how fast our closest supermassive black hole is spinning.

We actually don't know how fast the Milky Way's supermassive black hole is spinning but there might be a way to find out - Universe Today