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First-Ever Image of a Black Hole

By - April 30, 2019

Astronomers have used eight ground-based telescopes to capture the first image of a black hole in a distant galaxy. Capturing this image was no small accomplishment, and it has generated excitement throughout the scientific community. Jeff Zweerink joins host Michelle Mendoza on Live from Seattle to discuss this amazing achievement, why astronomers are excited about it, and how the heavens continue to declare the glory of God.

This interview is uncut and unedited as it originally aired on April 30 2019 on Live from Seattle with Michelle Mendoza.. Opinions and third party advertisements in this recording were selected and placed by the original owners and do not necessarily reflect the beliefs of Reasons to Believe.

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