Is that the Eye of Sauron? Twitter reacts to the first image of the black hole.



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Event Horizon Project scientists released the first image of a black hole in documented history on Wednesday morning, and social network users have quickly realized how it resembles the Eye of Sauron.

SALT LAKE CITY – One does not just walk through the Messier 87 galaxy, at least that's what the universe seems to tell us this morning.


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Event Horizon Project scientists released the first image of a black hole in documented history on Wednesday morning and social network users have quickly realized how it resembles the Eye of Sauron from "The Lord of the Rings." "

#Sauron – "Now the elves made many rings; but, secretly, Sauron had One Ring rule all the others, and his power was bound to him, to be completely subject to him and to last only as long as it lasted. pic.twitter.com/dFRs7qa29g

– RVCKathleen (@rvckathleen) April 10, 2019

The black hole is a supermbadive black hole in the M87 galaxy that is said to be 6,500 million times larger than the Sun, according to Time. Do not worry, they are about 55 million light years from Earth.

Just do not skip the wrong galaxy with the One Ring, just to be sure.


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