The pinnacle of pseudoscience in astronomy and astrophysics
Observation of an actual black hole, or more precisely its event horizon, was inevitable with a global collaboration called the Event Horizon Telescope. I think it is safe to say that failure was not an option with hundreds of millions of dollars, thousands of research hours, and petabytes of data on the line. So earlier this month the EHT collaboration finally delivered with its observations of M87* (Powehi). within Messier 87 (NGC 4486). Unfortunately for […]
Archive for 2019 / April
- Shannon Sims on About this Site
- Axel on About this Site
- Shannon Sims on Is Galaxy Cluster IDCS J1426 one of the most distant and earliest?
- Howard Lipman on Is Galaxy Cluster IDCS J1426 one of the most distant and earliest?
- Valmir Feitosa on Satellite galaxy orbits versus cold dark matter