At the centre of the Milky Way is Sgr A*, a putative 3 million solar mass black hole with an observed luminosity that is orders of magnitude smaller than that expected from simple accretion theories. The number density of early-type stars is quite high near Sgr A*, so the ensemble of their stellar winds has a significant impact on the black hole's environment.
We present results of 3D hydrodynamic simulations of the accretion of stellar winds onto Sgr A*. Using the LANL/SAIC code, RAGE, we model the central arc-second of the Galaxy, including the central cluster stars (the S-stars) with orbits and wind parameters that match observations. A significant fraction of the winds from the S stars becomes gravitationally bound to the black hole and thus could provide enough hot gas to produce the X-ray emission seen by Chandra. We perform radiative transfer calculations on the 3D hydrodynamic data cubes and present the resulting synthetic X-ray spectrum.