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The new image from the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) collaboration used polarized light ― filtering it, much like polarized sunglasses ― to show the area around the black hole.
“Most matter lying close to the edge of a black hole falls in,” the collaboration said in a news release.
That leads to jets of energy and matter that extend some 5,000 light-years from the center, as shown in the new image, the first-ever detailed look at the region just outside the black hole: .
“The newly published polarized images are key to understanding how the magnetic field allows the black hole to ‘eat’ matter and launch powerful jets,” EHT collaboration member Andrew Chael, a NASA Hubble Fellow at the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science, said in a news release.
“Even now we are designing a next-generation EHT that will allow us to make the first black hole movies,” Sheperd Doeleman, founding director of the EHT collaboration, said in a news release.