The First Black Hole Ever Seen by Humans is Glittering in Space
In April 2019, scientists unveiled an astonishing portrait that used the dimensions of our entire planet as a massive telescope to peer deep into space. The subject was M87*—the first black hole ever to be directly imaged—which occupies the center of a galaxy located 55 million light years away.

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