ALMA Kids hosts information and media about Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), part of the EHT array, in a fun and accessible format for kids. Click here to go to their website.

BlackHoleCam Blog

BlackHoleCam's blog has photos and stories from the April 2017 observations. Check it out here, and be sure to explore the rest of Black Hole Cam's website for media, fun facts, and updates.

Scientific American: Dark Star Diaries

Scientific American Senior Editor Seth Fletcher's staff blog about the EHT and other black hole science topics. Read it here.

ESO: Taking The First Picture of a Black Hole

"Taking The First Picture of a Black Hole" is the European Southern Observatory's blog about the both Event Horizon Telescope and the Global mm-VLBI Array. Click here to learn about both projects, black holes, radio telescopes, and more on their blog.

Infographic showing EHT sites around the world

This infographic details the locations of the participating telescopes of the Event Horizon Telescope and the Global mm-VLBI Array. Credit: ESO/O. Furtak

Perimeter Institute: Event Horizon Telescope Initiative

Find the Perimeter Institute's page for the Event Horizon Telesope here.

Reddit: AMA With EHT Scientists

In August 2015, EHT scientists Shep Doeleman, Dimitrios Psaltis, and Avery Broderick answered questions on Reddit about the EHT, astronomy, physics, and black holes. Click here to read the thread.

Science Friday: Tracing Light to Map the Cosmic Darkness

EHT director Shep Doeleman was a guest on Science Friday, alongside theoretical astrophysicist Priyamvada Natarajan and host Ira Flatow, in June 2016, to talk about dark matter, black holes, and the Event Horizon Telescope.


StarTalk All-Stars: Hunting for Black Holes, With Janna Levin

StarTalk All-Stars: Hunting For Black Holes, With Janna Levin

In this episode of StarTalk All-Stars, Janna Levin and comedian co-host Matt Kirshen interview Shep Doeleman about the Event Horizon Telescope.

Quirks and Quarks

Avery Broderick discusses black holes and the Event Horizon Telescope on Quirks and Quarks with Bob McDonald. Listen here.