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The huge galaxy around the huge black hole

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, here shown, houses a supermassive black hole that hurls two streams of material at nearly the speed of light into space. The inset shows a close-up view of the shock waves generated by the two nozzles. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / IPAC On April 10, 2019, the Horizon Telescope (EHT) event unveiled the very first image …

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As expected, the newly upgraded LIGO will have a black hole deal every week

In February 2016, scientists of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) announced the first detection of gravitational waves (GWs). Since then, several events have been discovered that afforded insight into a cosmic phenomenon that predicted Einstein's Theory of General Theory of Relativity over a century ago. Just over a year ago, LIGO was decommissioned so upgrades could be made …

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Griffin (knee) starts, but Pistons now in the 0-3 hole

1:03 AM ET Detroit Pistons star Blake Griffin started Saturday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks, earning him the first time in the 2019 postseason Play Griffin had 27 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists on Saturday night, but that was not quite enough. The Pistons fell to the Bucks 119-103 and dropped to 0-3 in the Best of 7 playoff …

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How scientists captured the first image of a black hole – teachable moments

In the News An international team of astronomers has captured the image of a black hole, which was previously considered impossible. Evidence for the existence of black holes – mysterious places in space where nothing, even light, can escape – has been around for some time, and astronomers have long observed the effects of these phenomena on the environment. In …

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[Cont. updated] Handpicked Samsung Galaxy S10 hole wallpaper

NOTE: We have created an archive of all major developments related to the Samsung Galaxy S10 range. We are constantly updating this page with the latest S10e / S10 / S10 + messages, so you do not have to search for information about this device every day. Here you can access this page. Among the many features that have kept …

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The image of the black hole is the most important photo of astrophysics

NASA The gravitational field of a black hole attracts everything that comes too close, including stars. Planets and asteroids. In 1781, the French astronomer Charles Messier published a catalog of 103 rather blurred objects, which he mistook. The 87th object is M87. Today we know that this is one of the most massive galaxies in our part of the universe, …

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Here's How Scientists Turned the World into a Telescope (to See a Black Hole)

black hole image st 196 196 1945,,, last last last last last last last last last last [[[[[[[[[[[[[ Event Horizon Telescope partnership behind the groundbreaking observations has already expanded, with more telescopes looking to join the fray soon. Each new instrument wants to share their thoughts with them. Dan Marrone, the hardest work is already done astronomer at the University …

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Comment: What does it actually mean to see a black hole?

"We saw what we thought was invisible," the astronomer said, as if someone knew that the ear of history was being pushed to the door. He stood in the silent attention of the room in Washington, when he called the picture on the screen behind him. You know it now: a smoke ring, an orange donut, a blurred circle of …

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Algorithms gave us a black hole picture, she's the scientist who helped create it

Bouman, 29, a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, has been working on such an algorithm for almost six years since graduating from MIT at college. She was one of about three dozen computer scientists who used data-processing algorithms gathered by the Event Horizon Telescope project, a worldwide collaboration of astronomers, engineers, and mathematicians, a team that developed …

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The North Atlantic warming hole affects the jet stream

Floating iceberg in Labrador Lake south of Greenland. Picture credits: Melissa Gervais / Penn State The North Atlantic Warming Well (NAWH), a region of reduced warming in the North Atlantic, is significantly impacting the North Atlantic jet current in future climate simulations, according to a research team. Sea Surface Surface Temperatures (SSTs) are expected to increase in most oceans as …

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