The award will be shared among 347 scientists who worked on an innovative project that gave the first image of a black hole. The data behind the image, which could confirm, or at least raise important questions about, our understanding of the universe – was equivalent to the number of selfies that 40,000 people could take in their lives.
According to project manager Shep Doelman, the breakthrough image only marks the beginning of media moments in a black hole. Speaking to AFP Dowlman said, "What I predict is that by the end of the next decade, we will be making high-quality, black-hole real-time films that reveal not only how they look, but also how they act in space. scene. "In fact, the team is already working on processing the data needed to create the first ̵