Starry starry fright.
If you are in the southern hemisphere, as were the ESO (European Southern Observatory) astronomers: The pair of stars in a system called HR 6819 is so close to us that on a clear night in the Southern Hemisphere, a person might be able to spot them without a telescope. What that stargazer wouldn’t see, Read More…
The image is thought to establish that black holes really do exist; they are not just astrophysicists’ imaginings.
Some physicists think that information might escape a black hole via an escape route that involves a higher dimension.
Of course, there is so much talk these days of a crisis in physics that one is tempted to wonder if vindicating Einstein is regarded as just as positive an event as it would have been decades ago. Good stuff anyway.