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Nature News & Comment Apr 13
Dr. Katie Bouman, who led the creation of an algorithm that helped capture the first ever image of a black hole, tells us what this breakthrough means for science πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬
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Science News Apr 16
Time for a brief history of black holes.
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ALMA Observatory Sep 4
TALMA explains the 1st photo of a black hole πŸŒ€
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ALMA Observatory Aug 18
In this "small" red circle you can find the massive, famous black hole M87! πŸ“‘ πŸŒ€
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European Commission πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Apr 14
We managed to capture the first ever image of a . To do this, you have to create a telescope the size of the world. See how we have contributed to this revolutionary discovery ↓
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Lisa Grossman May 29
On the 100th anniversary of the eclipse that first proved Einstein was right about GR, the team are doing the same experiment in the most extreme environment imaginable. But this time, images might finally prove Einstein wrong.
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SYFY Apr 11
Enter the lab that produced the first image of a Black Hole.
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Sara Issaoun Sep 12
Great talking with Ethan () about the stories and challenges leading to the image, and the next big steps for the collaboration: mapping magnetic fields, making movies of the variable black hole Sagittarius A*, and going to space!
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Alternative Press Apr 12
Alexa, play "Black Hole Sun" by πŸ–€
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Motherboard Apr 13
Here’s why that black hole pic looks the way it does
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The Mary Sue Apr 15
Katie Bouman should be getting credit for her work on
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Maria Popova Apr 12
"Today our whole earth has become only another shore from which we look out across the dark ocean of space, uncertain what we shall find when we sail out among the stars." Rachel Carson, 1962 – her prescient words to the next generations
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ESO May 3
How can we use the first image of a black hole to find out its physical characteristics? Two theoreticians involved in the Event Horizon Telescope tell us more.
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Event Horizon 'Scope Aug 19
Though not technically a photograph, here's Event Horizon Telescope's humble but unique contribution to 2019! πŸ“·πŸ“‘ [ Find many different formats here: ]
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Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein πŸ™…πŸ½β€β™€οΈ πŸ‡§πŸ‡§πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Apr 16
Replying to @IBJIYONGI
Note: there have been NO visible Black women scientists or Black men scientists or Black nonbinary scientists mentioned in the press coverage of , but y'all wanna call a white woman who has been in every major newspaper a "hidden figure"
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Science News Apr 17
The first snapshot of a black hole’s edge is like the space version of the β€œshot heard round the world.”
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ALMA Observatory Sep 5
Congratulations for winning the 2020 We are very proud to have been part of making the first image of a black hole. πŸ“‘πŸ“‘πŸ“‘γ€°πŸŒ€
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Science News Apr 17
There was a long slog before Kazunori Akiyama could be sure of what he saw.
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Sarah Sulick 5h
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Update: Our campaign is now an award winning campaign!
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Science News Apr 17
Creating the first-ever portrait of a black hole was, as you can imagine, tricky.
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