- The Horizon events telescope was centered on two supermassive black holes
- One, Sagittarius A *, is located in the center of the Milky Way galaxy. The results will be published on Wednesday.
The world can see the first black horizon photo of a black hole, if the speculation about the upcoming press conference is fair. to present what is called a "revolutionary result " on working with the Horizon events telescopes.
Eight radio telescopes looked at two supermassive black holes from April 2017, according to AFP.
our own Milky Way Milky Way Galaxy. The other is a massive black hole in the galaxy, known as the M87, in the constellation Virgin.
Much of the speculation says that the news on Wednesday will be about Sagittarius A *.
It is impossible to photograph real black holes. Their severity preserves anything from escape, including X-rays, infrared, light and radio waves reports Science Alert. So, there is nothing for our cameras. Instead, scientists tend to capture the horizons of events, break the black hole, known as a "point without return", and gas and dust that precipitates in orbit around the hole according to Science News.
The press conference is scheduled for 9 am on Wednesday. The National Science Foundation will provide live broadcasting .
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