Science is a realm of infinite possibilities, and researchers are always pushing the limits of what we know and what we believe is possible. Scientists are working on projects that range from bringing the Ice Age mammoths to the cloning monkeys.
However, both projects are strictly focused on the Earth and its inhabitants. What could be more interesting is the project in which scientists are working beyond our atmosphere, in outer space.
As reported by Science Alert, we, as human beings, can be about to see for the first time a true black hole from April 10, that's only in 5 days.
This is a very exciting event, even for those who are not particularly interested in space or science. We have always listened to professors and researchers. talk about black holes, of course, but we've never really known what it looks like outside scientific simulations.
Or, rather, we've never known what it looks like in action. Black holes are, of course, invisible. However, the strength of their gravity and the impact they have on their environment must be very visible due to the "horizon of events" they leave behind.
The people who work on the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project are the ones we should thank for this upcoming event. Stay tuned here, or visit the official EHT website to see the first photos of the research team when it arrives on April 10.