Black holes are so strange they're hard to wrap around your brain. They're super-dense objects with gravitational pull so, they're not there, they're not actually photographed one. Weird, right?
Saturn's moons are caked in ring dust
Neptune's Hubble discovers a mysterious dark spot on it
Now, researchers are using a novel planet-wide imaging technique specifically designed to spot black holes are planning to make a major announcement, and there's only one thing it could be. 
The announcement, which we believe is the release of the first-ever images of an actual black hole, is an incredibly big deal. It's so big, in fact, that astronomers want to hold six individual press conferences to present themselves in multiple countries around the world, from Belgium to Tokyo to Washington DC, and "extensive supporting audiovisual material" will be released at the same time.
The Horizon Telescope. The work is made possible by a network of telescopes around the world. The idea behind the planet is to combine the power of the telescope with the solar system than ever before.
If the large astronomy team is behind the work
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