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Mind-Bending NASA Visualization Shows The Wild Warping of Binary Black Holes – ScienceAlert

Although it’s extremely difficult to directly image the shadow of and the space around a black hole, that’s not the only tool astronomers have in their kit.

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Although it’s extremely difficult to directly image the shadow of and the space around a black hole, that’s not the only tool astronomers have in their kit.
Based on years of observations and analysis, there’s a decades-long tradition of black hole visualizations, going all the way back to the work of French astronomer Jean-Pierre Luminet in the 1970s.
Fascinatingly, simulations came very close to what we saw when a huge international team of scientists finally captured a direct image of a supermassive…

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