The Event Horizon Telescope is an experiment performed on a global array of radio telescopes, spanning from Hawaii to Chile and from the South Pole
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A virtual telescope as big as planet Earth, will take detailed images of the very edge, or “event horizon,” of the supermassive black hole at
A revolutionary space telescope concept by NASA, could provide images up to 1,000 times sharper than the Hubble Space Telescope.
Astronomers after completing five nights of observations, might have taken the first picture of a black hole ever.
A giant jet spanning continuously from supermassive black hole, for over 300,000 light years, is seen blasting out of the galaxy Pictor A.
Multiple images of a distant quasar are visible in this combined view from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Hubble Space Telescope. The Chandra data,
This stunning new image by astrophotographer Thierry Legault was taken the morning on July 8 and is the youngest possible lunar crescent, with the “age”
This diagram shows how the diameter of the 17-billion-solar-mass giant black hole, in the heart of galaxy NGC 1277, compares with the orbit of Neptune
By linking three radio telescopes, Astronomers make the sharpest-ever observation of a distant quasar. The observation, two million times finer than human vision, via a “telescopic
The gorgeous Full Moon rose behind Mount Hamilton, as viewed from a well chosen location at sunset, east of San Jose, California on March 7.