Imaging a black hole with the Event Horizon Telescope


Sheperd S. Doeleman

Ångström lecture Monday 17/5 at 15:15

Sheperd S. Doeleman
Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian

Black holes are cosmic objects so compact that not even light can escape their gravity. Until recently, no one had ever seen what a black hole really looked like. Using a network of radio telescopes, a research team has imaged a black hole. The Ångström lecture will describe how this was achieved and tell about plans that enable real-time films of black holes.

You will be put in waiting room and admitted to the meeting at 15:15.

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