The EHT is a consortium of more than scientists that has been in the works for about two decades. And we learned today that no tweaks are needed, at least at the moment: EHT's M87 observations are consistent with general relativity, team members said. There are good reasons why it's taken two years for the project's first result to come out. Follow us on Twitter Spacedotcom or Facebook. The EHT team has used this megascope to study the two supermassive black holes for two weeklong stretches to date — once in April and again the following year. Join our Space Forums to keep talking space on the latest missions, night sky and more! General relativity has held up incredibly well over the century since its introduction, passing every test that scientists have thrown at it. The new results should also help scientists get a better handle on black holes, he and other researchers said. Black holes have finally been dragged out of the shadows.
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