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Math Prof wakes early to view black hole image

April11

Astronomers have captured the first image of a black hole, proving the University of Canterbury’s distinguished Professor Roy Kerr’s 56-year-old theory correct. Kerr said he set his alarm for 1am to see this exciting event. “The event horizon telescope photo is just the beginning of a new phase in the understanding of our universe. “The […]

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Racing at 2 million kms/hr!

February11

Hundreds of galaxies hiding on the other side of the Milky Way have been discovered by an international team of scientists. They were able to see through the stars and dust of the Milky Way, into a previously unexplored region of space using the Parkes radio telescope in New South Wales, Australia. Despite being just […]

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Black Holes – Mathematically Impossible?

September29

“Black Holes — the most dense objects in the universe that do not even let light escape — do not exist, a physics professor in the US has claimed. Laura Mersini-Houghton at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the College of Arts and Sciences, has proven, mathematically, that black holes can never come into being […]

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