Event Horizon Telescope Update!

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If you’re a space fan like me (and I know you are cuz you’re here), then you’re very interested in keeping up to date on the latest from the Event Horizon Telescope. This is a worldwide collaboration of astronomers and observatories from around the world that’s using the Earth as a primary mirror in a telescope designed to directly image the black hole at the center of our galaxy known as Sagittarius A Star.

Link to latest EHT Paper:
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.3847/1538-4357/aabe2e

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Any updates or at least a general timeframe for any results ? The fact that there is still no image raises concern that the results are not as good as we expect, so might just get some fuzzy image of a cloud in the end. I hope I'm wrong and that we'll get some amazing results soon...
AMY - 5th Aug, 2018