MIT And Harvard Use Algorithm To Take Real Snapshots From Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole
Most of us have seen quite a lot of celestial bodies, stars, almost any kind of interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium and other ionized gases… and, of course, black holes. We’ve seen it all, in all its shiny, colorful, amazing beauty. So we think.
Our ability to actually photoshop the universe has been done so masterfully that we almost got tricked into believing that something like a wormhole or even a black hole has been captured in pictures. In fact, these illustrations only represent what researchers have assumed black holes would look like…
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