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  • CenterForAstro
    CenterForAstro Join us Thursday at 7pm EDT for a public lecture led by astrophysicist @ShepDoeleman. In his talk, "Imaging a Black Hole with the @EHTelescope," Doeleman will share how an international team of astronomers captured the first image of a black hole in April 2019. t.co/zEb807VSyD
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    ehtelescope Radio interferometry is an art as well as science. This rendition of a supermassive black hole shrouded by gas, dust, stars and molecular clouds reveals some of the challenges associated with imaging black holes residing in the centers of galaxies. Credit: NRAO/AUI/NSF t.co/PGRU7U5VJh
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    ehtelescope A long exposure of the 12-meter antenna of the Greenland Telescope (GLT), situated 750 mi within the Arctic Circle. Since 2019, the GLT has been instrumental in enhancing the global coverage of the EHT. You can read more about the GLT here: t.co/Oc93eQRpiu Credit: M. Chen t.co/TQEVrsWYG1
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    ehtelescope Check out this interview with Nature Astronomy on today's Centaurus A imaging result featuring EHT members Michael Janssen and Sera Markoff! t.co/sEr88pSRry t.co/bBt7veyShs
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    ehtelescope An international team anchored by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration has now imaged the heart of the nearby radio galaxy Centaurus A in unprecedented detail in a now released Nature Astronomy paper: Janssen et al. (EHTC) (2021) DOI: 10.1038/s41550-021-01417-w t.co/Ns0vH1BHBs

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