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Astronomers have recently begun a project called the Event Horizon Telescope.
The Event Horizon Telescope is on the threshold of some extremely close results, and we're all looking forward to it.
The Event Horizon Telescope is going to look at emission at the edge of the black hole itself.
And when the Event Horizon Telescope is ready to go, he hopes that M87 will be on the list of targets.
When the Event Horizon Telescope is fully realized, it should be able to resolve details about the size of a golf ball on the moon.
"It's going to increase the sensitivity of the Event Horizon Telescope by a factor of 10," Doeleman said.
The Event Horizon Telescope has the capability to produce the highest-resolution images in the history of astronomy", Broderick says. "
This month, researchers are inaugurating the Event Horizon Telescope, a project that will try to take the first detailed pictures of the supermassive black hole...
Grand technical challenge Pulling off the Event Horizon Telescope has been a grand technical challenge on many fronts.
Believe it or not, some astronomers already have a plan to look for the Milky Way's black hole, as part of a project called the Event Horizon Telescope.
So far, the Event Horizon Telescope has integrated only three observatories, in Hawaii, California and Arizona, for an observing time of between 15 and 20 hours.
This is the first target for an ambitious international project to image a black hole in greater detail than ever before, called the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT).
Though the Event Horizon Telescope has produced only very preliminary data so far, Broderick and his colleagues have used them to test the space-time predictions of general relativity.
The Event Horizon Telescope is a new project that aims to link as many as 50 radio dishes around the world to work in concert to image the distant universe.
We are about to add critical new stations to this Event Horizon Telescope, which will bring us closer to imaging a black hole boundary than we have ever been before."
X-raying black holes While the Event Horizon Telescope is observing black holes in radio wavelengths, the other frontier of black hole astronomy is in the X-ray regime.
A new project called the Event Horizon Telescope combines the resolving power of numerous antennas from a worldwide network of radio telescopes to sight objects that otherwise would be too tiny to make out.
The SMA is a part of the Event Horizon Telescope, which observes nearby supermassive black holes with an angular resolution comparable to the size of the objects' event horizon.
Sheperd Doeleman of MIT's Haystack Observatory, who is the principal investigator for the Event Horizon Telescope, says ALMA's participation will be a "real game-changer."
The researchers used their new array, known as the Event Horizon Telescope, to look at "the base of the famous jet in the galaxy called M87," about 54 million light-years from Earth, Doeleman said.
It is expected that future observations by instruments such as the Event Horizon Telescope will either prove that Black Holes exist or provide evidence the MECO model is more realistic.
Testing general relativity With the unprecedented data soon to be collected by the Event Horizon Telescope, scientists are hoping to better understand the strange physics of black holes, which are some of the most extreme, bizarre objects in the universe.
"The Event Horizon Telescope is the first to resolve spatial scales comparable to the size of the event horizon of a black hole," said Kamruddin's collaborator, University of California, Berkeley astronomer Jason Dexter.
These observations aren't directly imaging the environs of black holes, like the Event Horizon Telescope, but are breaking up X-ray light into its constituent colors, or wavelengths, to search for clues about what's happening to the gas in those extreme environments.
"If you have telescopes around the world you can make a virtual Earth-sized telescope," said Shep Doeleman, an astronomer at MIT's Haystack Observatory in Massachusetts who's leading the Event Horizon Telescope project.