Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Will Reveal Big Black Hole Real Picture, But What Is EHT?

The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project is unveiling a major black hole discovery and will show you a real picture on Wednesday (April 10th).

It is impossible to capture the interior of the black hole, of course: any light which is very close to one of these gravitational monsters is lost forever. This point of no return is known as the event horizon, which explains the name of the project.
EHT connects many radio telescopes around the world, which creates a virtual scope of the shape of the Earth. This project is based on two superb black holes - one in the heart of our own Milky Way galaxy and another one at the origin of a galaxy M87.

The members of the EHT team did not tell what the outcome was, but an NSF media consultant called it "groundbreaking". Therefore, it is not speculative that this project can be successful in its main goal, and we can be treated with a spectacular image of the silhouette of the black hole.

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