Listen: Horizon Telescope, Amador And Georgia discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Interested in the amazing image from the event. Horizon telescope did you actually get to see that? Isn't that incredible? It's dramatic. It's just totally credible. And I wanna make people aware that the first time we heard about this people were thinking that we were going to be imaging what we think is a black hole at the center of the Milky Way. But no, this is a galaxy giant elliptical galaxy known as MAD seven I watch it and many people regularly telescopes fifty five million light years distant. And we obviously see this is so incredible. Because it's not an optical telescope also radio waves, we're getting to see the event horizon, and George this is really amazing if the sun and the earth wherever shrink down to become a black hole, you'd have to shrink the sundown to a little less than three miles diameter in order for the earth actually, become a black hole with great gravity pressure. Implore beyond this discussion. The earth would have to be the size of nine millimeters in Amador. Can you imagine the size and pressures inside the black hole, but the live sky, we wrap it up. Georgia's always meteor shower fever, folks, if you look into the northeastern sky just after midnight"