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Supermassive black hole at centre of Milky Way seen for first time
by Hannah Devlin, Science correspondent
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12 May 2022
On 12 May 2022 The Guardian reported:
An image of the supermassive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way has been captured, giving the first direct glimpse of the 'gentle giant' at the center of our galaxy. The image was captured by the Event Horizon telescope (EHT), a network of eight radio telescopes spanning locations from Antarctica to Spain and Chile, which produced the first image of a black hole in a galaxy called Messier 87 in 2019.
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The image provides compelling proof that there is a black hole at the centre of the Milky Way, which had been the working assumption of mainstream astronomy. A minority of scientists had continued to speculate about the possibility of other exotic objects, such as boson stars or clumps of dark matter.
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