In May of 2019, the UCLA Galactic Center Group witnessed an unprecedented change in behavior of the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. Images taken with W. M. Keck Observatory and ESO's Very Large Telescope showed the area just outside the black hole was flashing brighter than the UCLA astronomers had ever seen in the 24 years they've been observing it. In a study published in Astrophysical Journal Letters, lead author Tuan Do, an astronomer with the UCLA Galactic Center Group, says the black hole is having an unusually large meal of interstellar gas and dust, but they're not sure what is driving this big feast. The black hole's bizarre behavior has sparked a flurry of questions on Twitter. In this video, Do, along with team members Kelly Kosmo O'Neil and Abhimat Gautam, answer some of the most frequently asked questions they've received about our galaxy's flashing black hole.