Black hole image even sharper thanks to Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration | CBC Kids News

Black hole image even sharper thanks to Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration | CBC Kids News

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It’s been two years since astronomers shared the first image of a black hole. Now, they’ve revealed a sharper, more detailed picture.

The original photo looked like a glowing doughnut, but it actually revealed the super-dense core of a galaxy.

This new image, which was published in The Astrophysical Journal on March 24, is a lot more detailed.

It still kind of looks like a doughnut, but it’s a doughnut with cool, sweeping designs on it.

The team of international scientists that released it, called the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, includes a Canadian researcher based at the The Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo.

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