astronomers from around the world want to make an important announcement around black holes.
A network of astronomers from around the world would like to make a groundbreaking announcement around black holes in the near future. On April 10, the world public will be informed about the latest discoveries. It is quite conceivable that the researchers want to present the world’s first photo of a black hole. The Event Horizon Telescope, which is made up of world-wide connected ground stations, has been looking for black holes in the center of the Milky Way as well as in the center of the elliptical giant galaxy Messier 87 for 13 years.
However, the detection of black holes repeatedly presents problems for researchers. Due to their huge gravity, they also absorb all the light in their environment, so they are difficult to recognize. Meanwhile, the astronomers could have collected enough data to prove the existence of black holes. It is quite possible that the data collected and evaluated all over the world even produced a photo of a black hole. As the “ground-breaking results” on April 10 are to be simultaneously transmitted to the Internet from six different locations in four different languages, one can expect an important announcement. Black holes can even deform the space-time according to the general relativity theory by their compact mass.