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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 👩‍🔬
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European Commission 🇪🇺 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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Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea AM Apr 13
At *no point* should Dr Katie Bouman ever feel bad, or worse, be told to feel bad, for being celebrated for the image. Any scientist can be celebrated for their contribution anytime. Katie is the face of global celebration on that day and rightfully so
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The Royal Society Apr 17
Want to know a bit more about why the picture is a big deal, and what exactly you're looking at? Try this brief intro
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Google India Apr 12
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Quantum Package Apr 17
Here's the moment when QuantumPackage version 2 was released, from the eyes of researcher Anthony Scemama.
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Jason Spyromilio; Ιάσων Σπυρομίλιος Apr 16
Before one can see the all this had to be developed ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Corey S. Powell Apr 15
A lot of people find it hard to comprehend that picture of a black hole. So I created a little top-to-bottom explainer of what we're looking at:
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Amy Hill Apr 11
A black hole on a plate, in honor of Katie Bouman and the team’s incredible black hole photograph! (The softness of the image is actually really great for my sponging technique!)
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Becky Smethurst Apr 17
NEW VIDEO 5 reasons why astrophysicists care about the image of a black hole and why it’s not just a pretty picture 🍩
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Ruben L. Oppenheimer 🏴‍☠️ Apr 12
As some of my Irish friends did not seem to appreciate the joke that their beautiful country will be sucked in next, here’s the Ireland-friendly version. (Weirdly enough nobody misses the Faroe Islands?) 🇮🇪
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Science News Apr 16
Time for a brief history of black holes.
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MIT CSAIL Apr 19
Watch Dr. Katie Bouman discuss the work behind imaging a black hole Monday at 11am!
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Christopher Conselice May 17
At AAS Journals meeting in Denver. One interesting fact from the publisher IoP is that the EHT black hole results were downloaded from ApJ letters 235k times in the first day after release... wow!
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Kerrang! Magazine Apr 13
A petition has been launched to name the after Chris Cornell.
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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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SYFY Apr 11
Enter the lab that produced the first image of a Black Hole.
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