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Event Horizon Telescope: Black hole produces twisting jet
by Jonathan Amos, Science Correspondent
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8 April 2020
On 8 April 2020 BBC News reported:
One year on from publishing the first ever image of a black hole, the team behind that historic breakthrough is back with a new picture. This time we're being shown the base of a colossal jet of excited gas, or plasma, screaming away from another black hole at near light-speed. The scientists who operate the Event Horizon Telescope describe the jet in the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics.
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