- Jun 2015 - New York Times article Black Hole Hunters
- Apr 2015 - EHT detections to the South Pole - NSF Press Release
- Mar 2015 - Fringes to ALMA: - NRAO Press Release
- Jun 2014 - New maser installed at ALMA: NRAO Press Release
- May 2014 - First VLBI (at 3mm) with new maser at LMT: NRAO eNews
- Mar 2014 - Event Horizon Telescope blog on the Scientific American
website goes live! Scientific American Senior Editor, Seth Fletcher,
will be blogging about the EHT and other black hole science topics.
Follow the action at: http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/dark-star-diaries/
- Jul 2013 - Fringes to LMT! - NRAO eNews Vol 6, Issue 8
- Jul 2013 - EHT article on Discovery News - Event Horizon Telescope Will Snap a Black Hole
- Nov 2012 - M87 paper is featured on Astrobite - The Hole-y Grail: Looking into (near) the singularity
- Sept 2012 - Science has published the M87 manuscript. You can find MIT's press release here
- July 2012 - ESO press release on 1.3mm VLBI detection to the APEX site. ESO press release
- July 2012 - Popsci article of the EHT and description of what it's like to observe during an EHT run on Mauna Kea. Article
- May 2012 - An interview with Dimitrios Psaltis published in Página/12, an Argentinian Magazine.
Cover page - Interview
- March 2012 - The spring 2012 science campaign observations were executed on 15, 20, and 21 March. Both circular polarizations were observed at ARO/SMT, at CARMA, and on Mauna Kea (SMA and the JCMT) at a data rate of 4 gigabits per second per polarization. Phased array recorders were used at CARMA and at the SMA. In addition, data from a reference antenna at CARMA were recorded.
- February 2012 - An interview with Dan Marone published in NewScientist. NewScientist interview
- February 2012 - The EHT is featured as the cover story in this month's (Feb 2012) issue
of Sky & Telescope.
full magazine article
- 27 January 2012 - The EHT is featured in a full-page news article in the current issue of Science Magazine
- 23 January 2012 - The EHT is featured in the Washington Post. Washington Post articile
- 03 January 2012 - The next EHT Observing run is scheduled for 14-22 March 2012. Participating telescopes consist of the ARO/SMT, CARMA, the JCMT, and the SMA.