The first-ever image of the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy known as M87 has been captured.
The black hole is spewing out two enormous jets of plasma, which are almost as wide as the galaxy itself.
The jets are being ejected from the accretion disk around the black hole at nearly the speed of light.
These jets contain particles that are accelerated to nearly the speed of light and are some of the most energetic objects in the universe.
The image was captured by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), a network of telescopes around the world that work together to create high-resolution images of black holes.
This new image will provide valuable insights into the physics of black holes and the behavior of matter and energy around them.