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Meet Katie Bouman, the young scientist who worked on the algorithm that helped create the image of the black hole
by Rekha Balakrishnan
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11 April 2019
On 11 April 2019 YourStory reported:
While the entire world was celebrating the first ever image released of the Supermassive Black Hole on Wednesday, a woman, MIT graduate Katie Bouman, among others in her team, was feted extensively on the internet for being the leading 'star' behind the image. Thursday's achievement is big not only for Bouman but also for women scientists all over the world.
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