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Watch:Finally! Black Hole Original Imaged For First Time By Event Horizon Telescope

For decades, astronomers believed that super-massive black holes exist at the very center of massive galaxies. So far, given their nature, all attempts to observe and study them have been confined to indirect methods. Now the history has been made on April 12th, 2017, changing all that, when an international team of astronomers captured the first-ever image of Sagittarius A*. In order to achieve these astronomers used a series of telescopes around the globe, collectively known as Event Horizon telescope (EHT). Whereby widely-space radio dishes from across the globe are connected into an Earth-sized virtual telescope, is known as Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI)
Watch:Finally! Black Hole Original Imaged For First Time By Event Horizon Telescope
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Peering into giant planets from in and out of this world

Scientists for the first time have experimentally re-created the conditions that exist deep inside giant planets.

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Watch Live Now! NASA Astronauts Spacewalking Outside ISS Today

On Friday, Oct. 20, NASA astronauts Randy Bresknik and Joe Acaba will venture outside the International Space Station on the third of three spacewalks aimed at upgrading the orbiting laboratory. You can watch the spacewalk live here.

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New suspect identified in supernova explosion

New results have revealed a rare example of a type Ia supernova in which a dead star “fed” off an aging star like a cosmic zombie, triggering a blast.

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Was That Just a Gamma Ray Burst in Andromeda?! (Updated: No, but still cool.)

The Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Mission just saw something bright in the Andromeda Galaxy. It was either a Gamma-Ray Burst or an Ultraluminous X-Ray Object, but either way it will be the closest event we've ever observed. …unless it's just a known X-ray object, a programming bug, and a thunderstorm..