At Milky Way a black hole was found bigger than the mass of Sun. Researchers with EHT coordinated effort have now delivered the principal picture of that hole.
Six papers about the examination have been distributed in an exceptional issue of The Astronomical Journal Letters. Also many headquarters are being held at Munich, germany.
The best way to "see" a black hole is to picture the shadow made by light as it twists because of the item's strong gravitational field.
In theory, there could be no furthest cutoff on the size of the exhibit, yet to figure out which photons began all the while at source, you really want extremely exact area and timing data.
In 2019, the EHT declared the very first direct picture taken of a dark opening at the focal point of curved universe, Messier 87, situated in the group of stars of Virgo 55 million light-years away
Last year, the EHT cooperation delivered another picture of M87* showing what the dark opening resembles in enraptured light — a mark of the attractive fields at the item's edge
The next step is to make a movie of black hole showing how it changes, which could yield insight into the way gas behaves, swirls around a black hole and estimate the spin of the black hole itself.