In the news today (www.space.com for example) we have a star rotating around what is thought to be a black hole at the heart of the Milky Way and yesterday, at http://phjys.org/print268486933.html … we had the discovery of two black holes at the centre of a globular cluster of stars – which wasn't what was expected in the consensus model.
At http://phys.org/print268735588.html … a paper in PNAS should interest members as it concerns the transfer of heat from the deep interior of the Sun to its surface. It leads to a different theory on sun spots and magnetic field generation. Basically, recent observations of the Sun's heliosphere in action shows slow plasma motion – much slower than consensus opinion has allowed. This indicates, it is suggested, a need to over haul our understanding of the physics of the Sun and how it works.