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'Infinite subrings' may be next frontier for photographing black holes
by Mike Wall
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19 March 2020
On 19 March 2020 Space.com reported:
Black-hole photography could be even more powerful and revelatory than scientists had thought. Last April, the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project unveiled the first-ever imagery of a black hole, laying bare the supermassive monster at the heart of the galaxy M87. The landmark photos have opened new doors, allowing scientists to probe exotic space-time realms like never before. And that probing may go much deeper still in the not-too-distant future.
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