The European Southern Observatory has just discovered that there will be a huge announcement next week. Yes, we know how it sounds – but, as far as we can tell, the world is about to see, finally, to see the first photograph of the horizon of the black hole events .
Of course, we will not know precisely until the very event of the press, about which we will talk live on our site. But here's the big deal: according to a preliminary statement, researchers will discuss "the first result from the Event Horizon telescope."
For many years, the Event Horizon telescope looked at the heart of the Milky Way, trying to get a picture of the location of Sagittarius A *, the central supermassive black hole in our galaxy.
That's why we never saw it.
But seeing the horizon of events ̵
Now something is finally done. On April 10, 2019, at 15:00 CEST (13:00 UTC, 9:00 EST), the European Commission, the European Research Council and the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) will present the results that they describe as "pioneering". 19659003] As they note, "because of the importance of this result, we encourage satellite events in various ESO Member States and beyond"
AAAAAH. WE CAN TALK.
The event will be transmitted to YouTube, and there is a link here. Place it in your bookmarks. We will also keep the blog live, so stay tuned for the day if you want to share our passion.
It will be historically.