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    ehtelescope See the press release for more details on the results and what they can teach us about magnetic fields in black hole jets t.co/lkd9eKhWpS
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    ehtelescope New results: EHT scientists have imaged the distant blazar J1924-2914, revealing previously unseen details of the source structure. A blazar is a supermassive black hole ejecting a powerful jet along our line of sight that can outshine its entire galaxy! 📡🌎📡 t.co/Ck2riBa2c6
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    almaobs 📡🍩🌀#M87*, which lies 55 million light-years away, is one of the largest #blackholes known. While Sgr A*, 27 000 light-years away, has a mass roughly four million times the Sun’s mass, M87* is more than 1000 times more massive. @ehtelescope @xkcd t.co/KRdqKWGwoz t.co/fmsASJsp5X
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    ehtelescope After two pandemic years, the 2020 Einstein Medal was finally presented to the Event Horizon Telescope at our 2022 EHT Collaboration Meeting in Granada, Spain. Pictured are Spokespersons Shep Doeleman (holding the medal), Heino Falcke (holding the certificate), and the EHTC. t.co/Saqru4aSon
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    almaobs 🌐📡An international collaboration of over 300 researchers from 80 institutes around the world took 5 years of intense work to combine all the SgrA*🌀 data, analyse it and compare is to simulations @ehtelescope 🌐📡 t.co/1cmKzbHQup

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