First ever Black Hole image has been released

The Event Horizon Telescope stuns the world with the recently discovered image of a black hole. A first of kind.

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Actual image of the newly discovered black hole

Event Horizon Telescope zoomed in on the supermassive monster in the galaxy M87 to create this first-ever picture of a black hole.

“We’ve been studying black holes so long, sometimes it’s easy to forget that none of us have actually seen one,” France Córdova, director of the National Science Foundation, said in the Washington, D.C., news conference. Seeing one “is a Herculean task.”

France Córdova, National Science Foundation director.

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