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- Space & Physics
- March 20, 2012
The first image of a black hole On April 2017, eight telescopes turned to the sky, pointed to a black hole and photographed it. Those were not ordinary photographies. The Event Horizon Telescopes (EHT) produce the highest resolution pictures ever known, 2000 times more precise than those produced by the Hubble telescope. For four days,
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