The First Real Image of a Black Hole
10 Apr 2019
BREAKING NEWS: This is the first real image of a black hole. Every image of a black hole you have seen before has been a computer or artist simulation. This super massive black hole at the centre of galaxy M87 is 6.5 billion times more massive than our sun.
Tags: Astronomy, Black Hole, Physics, Science, Universe
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