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Girls Who Code Apr 10
THREAD: Today, we're seeing the first ever photo of a thanks to Katie Bouman, an MIT graduate, and her algorithm!! (Photo: )
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NRAO Sep 5
Breakthrough Prize: 2020 Physics Prize Goes to Collaboration. Congratulations! 🎉 The prize will be shared equally among 347 scientists coauthoring any of the six papers published by the Collaboration on April 10, 2019.
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Albert Einstein May 20
Imaging black hole like listening to broken piano, says scientist
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Anton Zensus Sep 5
The entire collaboration will be awarded the 3 million $ breakthrough prize for the first image of the in . 20+ yrs of preparation are recognized. We can be so proud of the power of our international collaboration.
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Reshma Saujani Apr 11
When we get girls into , they will do the impossible! So incredibly excited for Dr. Katie Bouman and her work to get the first picture of a that was captured by the and rendered by HER algorithm.
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Girls Who Code Apr 11
Dr. Katie Bouman created the algorithm that rendered the first picture of a from pictures captured by the , a series of 8 independent observatories around the globe. This Black Hole is 55 million light-years away from Earth! 🌎 🔭
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Discovery Apr 10
You've never seen a real image of a until today. 🌌😯
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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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Jedidah Isler, PhD Apr 10
Replying to @JedidahIslerPhD
So once we have both (improved) results, we compare them for two very different black holes and see what we find. The six papers that the collaboration has already released have exquisitely (read more precisely) pinned down a black hole mass for M87.
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Neil Before Zod™ Apr 10
Meet Katie Bouman, who helped write the algorithm that allowed the Event Horizon Telescope to take the first picture of a black hole. Meet a new hero for girls looking to get into STEM. via
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Missouri S&T Apr 11
Missouri S&T grad helps capture first-ever image of a black hole
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Katie Mack Apr 27
Nice piece by on the implications of the picture on our understanding of gravity and black hole mysteries
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Bunsen Apr 10
Katie Bouman was on the team that processed the first image of the black hole. To clarify- it’s the first image EVER of a real black hole and it was her algorithm that helped the telescope find it.
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Kings XI Punjab Apr 11
Sadda star ⭐⭐⭐ Master of the Universe and the yorker, has it all covered 😂
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Albert Einstein Apr 11
What's next for the ? We're just getting started on our photo album of black hole images
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Science Channel Apr 12
The black hole at the center of the M87 Galaxy now has a name. Happy Powehi.🌌
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The Better India Apr 17
India may not be a part of the network, but the gigahertz frequencies that these radio telescopes operated on - that's another story!
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Jedidah Isler, PhD Apr 10
Replying to @JedidahIslerPhD
So we should expect as they are able to model and interpret the results from Sgr A* that we'll get another set of exciting results. It took TWO YEARS after the observations were obtained to get these results.
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Banx Apr 11
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Kirk Borne Apr 15
The CHIRP (Continuous High-resolution Image Reconstruction using Patch priors) algorithm that made the first possible was led by MIT grad student Katie Bouman:
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