The first image ever taken of a supermassive black hole
For the first time ever, humanity can gaze at an actual photograph of a supermassive black hole. It’s an achievement that took supercomputers, eight telescopes stationed on five continents, hundreds of researchers, and vast amounts of data to accomplish. The results from this project were announced today.
Photo credit: The Event Horizon Telescope
What if we can breathe in space but the Government just tells us we cant so that we dont try to escape.
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The original nine: Viva la Pluto
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