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New telescopes could help spot 'photon ring' of the first black hole ever imaged
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19 March 2020
On 19 March 2020 Science News reported:
Faint rings of light surrounding enormous black holes could be spotted with the help of a future generation of telescopes in space. The doughnut-shaped glow spotted in the first image of a black hole, released in April 2019 by the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration, is more complex than the worldwide network of radio telescopes could discern.
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... Now, Johnson and colleagues [astrophysicist Michael Johnson of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts] calculate that, with the help of new telescopes in space, the photon subrings theoretically could be observed around the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy M87, the subject of that first black hole snapshot.
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