What is the Event Horizon Telescope?; NASA's SWIFT Finds a Star Falling in a Black Hole

Astronomers from around the world are collaborating to make a direct image of the event horizon of a black hole. This worldwide effort will make a telescope the size of the Earth that will have the resolution to look at the black hole at the center

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Astronomers from around the world are collaborating to make a direct image of the event horizon of a black hole. This worldwide effort will make a telescope the size of the Earth that will have the resolution to look at the black hole at the center of our galaxy as well as the black hole at the center of the elliptical galaxy M87.

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