Milky Way

The center of our galaxy can be found in the constellation Sagittarius.

An excerpt from the article 16 facts about Milky Way

Unfortunately, it cannot be observed directly in the visible spectrum because it is obscured by clouds of dust and gas. Observations of this region are therefore carried out in the ranges of radio, millimeter waves, infrared, hard X-rays (from 5 to 100 pm), and gamma radiation.