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The Black Hole

Scientists have finally managed to get a picture of a black hole.

France Córdova, director of the National Science Foundation, at a Washington, D.C., news conference said, “We’ve been studying black holes so long, sometimes it’s easy to forget that none of us have actually seen one.”

It really is an amazing advancement that will shape the study of the universe going forward. With this image the study of black holes has gone from theory to actually seeing what one looks like. They have become tangible phenomena that we can look at.

And that is no small feat. Black holes are difficult to see.

As much as I would love to do this article justice, I am in a lot of pain at the moment, so … for more information check out the article at Science News and other science resources this week.

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