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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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Banx Apr 11
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Fresh News India Apr 15
First image of the by To know more, read👇
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C҉h҉a҉o҉t҉i҉c҉ Human ЯEvolution May 17
Replying to @guidoV4
and I still think the will actually turn out to be caused by a natural cause we haven't discovered yet but none the less: now that we have technologies like the
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Corrie Drew 🌹 GTTO Apr 10
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Arnav Apr 11
In all the excitement about the image, I haven't yet seen anyone link to Katie Bouman's paper describing the algorithm she developed. Here it is: . Sparse, noisy data necessitates a Bayesian approach 👏🙌👏🙌 Great stuff!
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STEM Gems Apr 11
"It's been a huge day for science + ! On Wednesday, we got our first direct look at a , thanks to the . MIT grad helped develop a computer program while still in school."
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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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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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Joshua Ulrich Apr 10
How do you know you have Big Data (tm)? When it's faster to transport the hard disks by plane than over the internet!
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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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N'shei Apr 11
Mishpacha exclusive: Dr. Katie Bouman created the algorithm that rendered the first picture of a from pictures captured by the
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jewlheistofficial May 20
Replying to @elonmusk @SpaceX
You can see where the weaknesses are Life is about 'Learning'. Full stop And once you can 'learn' how to 'learn' You can literally Lit. Tur. Ali Do anything We took a picture of a with an () is reusing rockets
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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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Salvatore Vitale Apr 12
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7 Sage Labs (Julie 7 Sage) Agent of G.I.R.L. Apr 16
Last night was the panel event for and OMG the people there are so amazing. Stay tuned throughout the thread to read about these people (and see the pictures I got with them!!!)
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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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Hilary Becker Apr 10
Scientists share spectacular scientific feat. Internet..that's just the Eye of Sauron.
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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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Dr Adrian Jannetta Apr 11
Felt a bit inspired by today's picture the from so I took this picture of the host galaxy this evening. Managed to image the 5000LY long jet coming from the blackhole! Nikon D90, ISO800, 10x5 mins on my trusty Meade LX10 8" telescope.
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