This could be the biggest announcement ever in the history of astronomy. Announcement and video follows. These gravitational monsters create a gravity well so deep and so steep that they consume everything near them. While science already knows quite a bit about black holes, and have posited that one exists at the center of our galaxy since the mid s, there have never been any photographs of black holes. After all, how can you photograph something that sucks in all the light around it? The answer? Look for the event horizon.
Black Hole Jokes
Scientists set to unveil first picture of a black hole
Big Black Ass Porn. Nipple Piercing. Pussy Piercing. Big Pussy. Lesbian Threesome. Fat Pussy. Big Boobs.
51 Black Hole Memes To Commemorate The First Ever Photo Of An Actual Black Hole
The world, it seems, is soon to see the first picture of a black hole. On Wednesday, astronomers across the globe will hold "six major press conferences" simultaneously to announce the first results of the Event Horizon Telescope EHT , which was designed precisely for that purpose. Of all the forces or objects in the Universe that we cannot see—including dark energy and dark matter —none has frustrated human curiosity so much as the invisible maws that shred and swallow stars like so many specks of dust. Astronomers began speculating about these omnivorous "dark stars" in the s, and since then indirect evidence has slowly accumulated. To put that in perspective, our Solar System takes about million years to circle the centre of the Milky Way.
The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration unveils the first picture of a black hole 55 million light-years from Earth. By Sara Rigby. The first ever image of a black hole has been released by the Event Horizon Telescope EHT Collaboration, an international organisation with scientists from 40 countries, in six simultaneous press conferences around the world.