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    ehtelescope Across the globe, newspapers touted the scientific achievement of capturing the first image of a black hole. Over four billion people are estimated to have seen this historic image! Image Credit: Eduardo Ros. #news #ScienceIsAwesome t.co/dPafYhkj7P
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    ehtelescope Today at 4pm EDT (20 UTC) the Henry Draper Prize will be awarded for pioneering work on the EHT during the US National Academy of Sciences Award Ceremony. Watch the webcast live here: t.co/cPOzVLBrBd .
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    ehtelescope Just two years after the release of the first black hole image, the EHT’s global array of telescopes is back for more observations. Despite the challenges, this massive feat of international cooperation was a tremendous success. #science Credit: Thalia Traianou. t.co/S8DKvH16Ta
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    ehtelescope While the black hole Messier 87* looks like only the second biggest black hole in the sky, we have a relatively clear view of it, so it’s actually easier to picture! This was the black hole that famously starred in the first black hole image ever. #BlackHoleWeekt.co/ccHOFdUU6N
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    ehtelescope @NASAUniverse Using ALMA and APEX in Chile, the LMT in Mexico, the South Pole Telescope, the IRAM 30 m Telescope in Pico Veleta, Spain, the SMT in Arizona and the SMA and JCMT in Hawaii, the EHT mapped out polarization at the edge of a black hole for the first time on March 24 #BlackHoleWeek

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