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eht

(electromagnetism)
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As stunning and ground-breaking as it is, the EHT project is not just about taking on a challenge.
'Basically, the observational results obtained by the EHT or the image of the black hole, if you will, has proved Albert Einstein's theory of relativity,' said Dr Shahid Qureshi, the former director of the Karachi University Institute of Space and Planetary Astrophysics (ISPA).
This is a landmark in astronomy, an unprecedented scientific feat accomplished by a team of more than 200 researchers," said EHT project director Sheperd S.
For EHT, the eight participating telescopes summed up to a virtual radio dish as big as the Earth, with the ability to resolve an object down to 20 micro-arcseconds -- about 3 million times sharper than 20/20 vision.
Prior to the EHT photo, we knew that black holes existed but we had never seen them.
Over the past two decades, the NSF has directly funded more than $28m in EHT research, which is considered the largest commitment of resources for the project.
In the current research, Mouradian's team asked whether EHT and caffeine could work together for even greater brain protection.
MCHS has five third-place finishes in the EHT (1998, 2004, 2007, 2012 and 1013) .
Although the authorities were not clear about the reason behind the recent EHT tripping, a spokesperson for the K-Electric told Dawn that it could take 'five to six hours' to restore electricity to Karachi.
In reality, however, the new EHT will ultimately be borne by workers through lower pay.