23 January 2020

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The press event, which presented the results of this groundbreaking research to the public, is being held under the auspices of the European Commission, European Research Council, and Event Horizon Telescope project.

On 10 April, in a series of press conferences held simultaneously across the world, an international team of scientists have proudly presented to the public the first-ever photo of a black hole, procured via the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project.

As researchers explained, while the black hole itself cannot be seen because no light could escape its gravity, one can see a black hole’s shadow produced by the event horizon.

The object of the astronomers' attention, Sagittarius A*, is a supermassive black hole located at the center of the Milky Way.

The event was introduced by Carlos Moedas, the European commissioner for research, science and innovation, and other researchers who worked on the project.

The research was conducted by the Event Horizon Telescope project, an international collaboration begun in 2012 to try to directly observe the immediate environment of a black hole using a global network of Earth-based telescopes.

2019.04.10 / 17:37
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