Inside the constellation Sagittarius is the Lagoon Nebula, a tempestuous cloud of gas and star formation. See the full image below.
A nearby dwarf galaxy, Sagittarius, has delivered two "punches" to our Milky Way galaxy. These impacts are what gave the Milky Way its spiraling arms. And we may take another hit soon.
drunks scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy are at it again. While looking for amino acids in the Sagittarius B2 region they found how the galaxy tastes. It wasn't chicken.