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Monday, 2 August 2021

Astronomers spot light behind a black hole for the first time, reaffirming Einstein's theory of general relativity


Led by Stanford University’s Dan Wilkins, the team focused on a black hole that is 10 million times as massive as our sun and located 1,800 million light years away in a galaxy called I Zwicky.

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