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Event Horizon Telescope hopes to produce first-ever moving image of a black hole
by Miriam Kramer
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10 September 2019
On 10 September 2019 Axios reported:
The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) collaboration hopes to produce the first-ever moving image of a black hole by the end of the 2020s. Still images of black holes can give scientists a lot of information about the mysterious and fundamental objects. But videos can help them drill into the details of how black holes consume matter and affect the galaxies they find themselves within, EHT project director Shep Doeleman said.
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