MIT Develops New Machine-Learning Algorithm Designed to Capture True Images of A Black Hole

A simulated Black Hole of ten solar masses as seen from a distance of 600km with the Milky Way in the background. MIT researchers develop a new machine-learning algorithm that can create true images of black holes by stitching together data from different radio telescopes around the world.(Photo : By Deutsch: Ute Kraus, Physikdidaktik Ute Kraus, Universität Hildesheim, Tempolimit Lichtgeschwindigkeit, (Milchstraßenpanorama im Hintergrund: Axel Mellinger) English: Ute Kraus, Physics education group Kraus, Universität Hildesheim, Space Time Travel, () A team of researchers led by MIT’s Katie Bouman have developed a new computer algorithm that could help astronomers generate the first true image of a black hole. Advertisement At present, astronomers rely of imaginative minds of artists to create a clear image of a black hole. Black holes are very compact…


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