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(Big Think)   Originally proposed in 1783, we now see black holes' electromagnetic emissions, gravitational wave emissions, and even their event horizons directly. It truly is their golden age   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, General relativity, Black hole, black hole, extragalactic QUAsi-StellAr Radio Sources, gravitational waves, Mute Monday, black holes, reality of black holes  
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2022-05-16 11:30:04 AM  
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No, its babys first picture

The golden age will be if we can actually get within 10 light years of a black hole to observe it
2022-05-16 9:20:01 PM  
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Any signs of Heechee?
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