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The First Image of a Supermassive Black Hole at the Heart of Milky Way Galaxy
The first image of a supermassive black hole was obtained back in 2019 by the Event Horizon Telescope (ETH) Collaboration. The supermassive black hole, called M87*, is located at the center of a distant galaxy Messier 87. It is about … Continue reading
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Are We Alone in the Universe After All?
In the movie Contact (which is based on the novel with the same title by Carl Sagan), Ellie Arroway (played by Jodie Foster) was speaking to a group of children: “I’ll tell you one thing about the universe, though. The … Continue reading
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