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    I thought this might have been an April Fools joke, but it seems legit.

    https://www.sciencealert.com/the-eve...e-announcement

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    Default Re: Event Horizon Telescope

    It will be interesting to see what happens on 10April.
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    I think so too. I'm excited!
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    This is going to be cool! Bill
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    Thanks for the heads up. I have been waiting for this.
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    Whaaaat?! This is for real? Man, I can't wait!
    (Did anyone else read that Choose Your Own Adventure "Through the Black Hole" when they were kids? That's the first time I learned what an event horizon was.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by astro-banana View Post
    Whaaaat?! This is for real? Man, I can't wait!
    (Did anyone else read that Choose Your Own Adventure "Through the Black Hole" when they were kids? That's the first time I learned what an event horizon was.)
    It's for real, mark your calendar for 4/10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckethead View Post
    I thought this might have been an April Fools joke, but it seems legit.

    https://www.sciencealert.com/the-eve...e-announcement
    No, it's for real all right. See also this thread I started on the Astrophysics Forum. The link goes to an article that discusses various possible images.

    SWaB: 6 questions on eve of big announcement of EHT

    This is really an astrophysics topic, not space since the observations are all ground based BTW.
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    Reminder: this is happening Wednesday, April 10.
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