Her name is Katy Bowman.
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She is in three years creating a new algorithm to create the world's first black hole image
International Pain Team than 200 researchers were involved in the process of opening a breakthrough. Its algorithm about & # 39; combines data from different telescopes. The algorithm Bowman helped develop ways to capture the visualization of the black hole and its shadow in a galaxy known as M87. code pipelines to divide the picture. "
Bumann directed the verification process. Later this year she will become an associate professor at the California Institute of Technology.
She posted on Facebook a photo of herself with a black hole on her computer. She wrote: "Watching in disbelief, as the first image I ever made from a black hole, there is a reconstruction."
"We did not want to just develop one algorithm. We wanted to develop many different algorithms that have all built in different assumptions." If they all restore the same general structure, then it creates your trust. "
MIT proudly posted a picture of Bouman, comparing her work with research that helped astronauts land on the Moon. Margaret Hamilton, an MIT employee, wrote software code decisive for Mission Mission Nasa.