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A Picture of the Milky Way's Supermassive Black Hole

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This is an image of the supermassive black hole, Sagittarius A*, at the center of our Milky Way galaxy.
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Image of Sgr A* from EHT collaboration
Event Horizon Telescope collaboration: ve42.co/EHT

Animations from The Relativistic Astrophysics group, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt. Massive thanks to Prof. Luciano Rezzolla, Dr Christian Fromm and Dr Alejandro Cruz-Osorio.

A huge thanks to Prof. Peter Tuthill and Dr Manisha Caleb for feedback on earlier versions of this video and helping explain VLBI.

Great video by Thatcher Chamberlin about VLBI here - itvid.net/video/video-Y8rAHTvpJbk.html

Animations and simulations with English text:
L. R. Weih & L. Rezzolla (Goethe University Frankfurt)
itvid.net/video/video-jvftAadCFRI.html

Video of stars going around Sgr A* from European Southern Observatory
www.eso.org/public/videos/eso...

Video zooming into the center of our galaxy from European Southern Observatory
www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXAU0...

Video of observation of M87 courtesy of:
C. M. Fromm, Y. Mizuno & L. Rezzolla (Goethe University Frankfurt)
itvid.net/video/video-meOKmzhTcIY.html

Video of observation of SgrA* courtesy of
C. M. Fromm, Y. Mizuno & L. Rezzolla (Goethe University Frankfurt)
Z. Younsi (University College London)
itvid.net/video/video-VnsZj9RvhFU.html

Video of telescopes in the array 2017:
C. M. Fromm & L. Rezzolla (Goethe University Frankfurt)
itvid.net/video/video-Ame7fzBuFnk.html

Animations and simulations (no text):
L. R. Weih & L. Rezzolla (Goethe University Frankfurt)
itvid.net/video/video-XmvpKFSvB7A.html

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Written by Derek Muller
Animation by Ivy Tello, Mike Radjabov, Maria Raykova
Filmed by Petr Lebedev

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11 mag 2022

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Just Some Guy without a Mustache
Absolutely jaw dropping how inconceivably huge these supermassive black holes are. I always love it when Veritasium delves into the topic of space.
Suchithra S
Suchithra S 4 ore fa
The world needs teachers like him! Watched many videos about Sgr A* imaging and none of them explained it as clearly and simple as he did! I am marking this video as my black hole reference.
Helmut and Moshe
It's important to mention that the "movie" of the stars orbiting our central black hole is time-lapse footage spanning nearly 20 years. I showed this to someone unfamiliar with astronomy and physics and the first thing they said is "the stars move that fast?!" - thinking that it was somehow real time footage.
Lonely Sandwich
The way you describe the 'Earth sized" telescope at 10 minutes was so perfect.
Peter Yianilos
That we have managed to aggregate instruments across the earth’s surface to achieve once impossible resolution is a real triumph for science, made possible by the use of GPS timing and location cues embedded in computer algorithms processing results gathered around the globe. Despite my understanding it, it’s a stunning accomplishment.
L B
L B 2 ore fa
This was so rewarding to watch and fascinating to learn how far we’ve come in proving black holes exist. In my college astronomy texts from just two decades ago it was all still considered just theoretical. Thanks Veritasium!
hecker
hecker 9 ore fa
More space please. This was absolutely amazing. Thanks.
Yecto
Yecto 7 ore fa
This guy needs some kind of highest award for teaching humanity in such a easier way for us to understand
Two strudels Please
Took me a minute to distinguish when he’s referring to the event horizon or the Event Horizon™️.
Zariah Aspen
Zariah Aspen 4 ore fa
I love how he explained it that even a person who has no understanding of this subject can clearly comprehend the process of creating an image of the black hole!
TheJeremywaterman
As a fellow teacher, I appreciate your style, communication, and enthusiasm. As a student, I appreciate the content, and ease of understanding it. You have found your calling!
Parth Srinivasan
I‘ve pretty much replaced Netflix with Veritasium. I mean, there are other great and very interesting channels in ITvid as well, but this one just takes the prize! Thanks Derek!
Advesh Darvekar
Advesh Darvekar 12 ore fa
This is hands down the best explanation of a black hole I've ever heard.
Regdu Geht
Regdu Geht 9 ore fa
As a fellow teacher, I appreciate your style, communication, and enthusiasm. As a student, I appreciate the content, and ease of understanding it. You have found your calling!
Simon Nom
Simon Nom 4 ore fa
Every time I see explanations about space I'm incredibly humbled of my own existence.
Naresh Cherukuri
Your dedication and interest to make us understand the concepts are extremely adorable. This is the best explanation I have ever seen on the internet.
Fadi Afa Al-Refaee
Hello Derek, I applaud as excitedly as I can what you do; thrilled my pre-teen children look forward to each of your videos and deeply satisfied and comforted when they walk away fascinated and excited how they learned a fundamental and complex concept that might have otherwise been too difficult to grasp. I feel less disappointed as a father bent on staying in "scientist" mode that you and the videos you deliver exist! You have my eternal gratitude and my undying support!
MrMattie725
MrMattie725 9 ore fa
The craziest thing to me is that these images just confirm our theories. We had visuals of black holes purely based on the Maths. A random guy on the street could have a decent image of a black hole because a movie did the effort to represent it correctly (minus the lighter and darker parts). And only a few years later, we manage to take a picture which just happens to be exactly what we expected.
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E 20 ore fa
Goosebumps!
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