Scientists have been able to photograph the black hole in the galaxy called M87 in recent months. Scientists who manage the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) are planning to shoot a video of the black hole this time.
Our visual library of black holes seems to increase in the coming days. Scientists who manage the Event Horizon Telescope are planning to shoot a video of the black hole of the M87 galaxy, which they can photograph in recent months. But scientists’ plans are not limited to this. Sagittarius A * in the center of the Milky Way galaxy is scheduled to shoot the video of the black hole.
The galaxy, called the M87, is about 54 million light-years from Earth. There’s a super-mass black hole in the center of the M87. Scientists managing the Event Horizon Telescope announced in a statement to Business Insider that they plan to shoot the video of the black hole.
Scientists have been planning to shoot videos since April when they took photos of the black hole. But the enormous super-gas accumulation disc of the black hole prevents scientists from receiving video.
The video of the black hole in the M87 will not be the result of a real-time shooting. After months of shooting, a video will emerge. The black hole doesn’t move very fast because of the large collecting disc.
Thanks to the video footage, scientists from EHT will be able to learn more about black holes. Thanks to the video, it is possible to understand how the rays emerge while observing the black hole.