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The algorithm that could let astronomers see the event horizon

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    New method multiples data from three telescopes to cancel out 'noise' They can then create an image based on the data and prior expectations The model and machine-learning algorithm then create more precise image A new algorithm developed by MIT researchers could soon help astronomers generate the first image of a black hole. The system would stitch together data collected at stations around the world and fill in gaps in the information, using the entire planet as one 'large radio telescope dish.

    Daily Mail - Sciencetech (UK)
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