According to scientists the new film Interstellar has the most realistic black hole ever, and that special effects may result in ‘important scientific discovery.’

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The model of a black hole in Interstellar created by calculations of astrophysicist Dr Kip Thorne from the California Institute of technology, is thought to be the most accurate depiction of a black hole ever!

Two scientific papers are being written based on this depiction.
In Christopher Nolan’s film Cooper (Matthew McConaughey), leaves a dying Earth on a journey across the Universe, to save humanity.

According to Wired, Paul Franklin VFX Supervisor for the film, said:

‘So rather than looking like Saturn’s rings around a black sphere, the light creates this extraordinary halo.’


Interstellar, at cinemas worldwide on 7 November,


via wired