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Rama’s White Knight Report - May 13, 2022

For more info on Rama's contacts, go here. Friday, May 6, 2022 - Rosa from Palestine RAMA: I received a text message from Rosa of Palestine at 12:15 pm, early this afternoon. She said to me, “Lord Rama, the IDF [Israeli Defense Forces] are cracking down hard on people who want to come and pray at the Al Aqsa Mosque. "They are committing war crimes and nobody is being held accountable. They are hitting people, kicking people, and beating people with the butt end of their guns [rifles] . Many are shot dead indiscriminately. "Please place all of this in the Circle of Support and Blaze the Violet Fire! All we are saying, is Give Peace a Chance!" Note from RAMA: Today Rosa was in tears as she told me she saw the IDF shooting people and killing them, as she witnessed it all, once again. Saturday, May 7, 2022 - Sweet Angelique the Cat and Tom the Ring-Tailed Cat RAMA: I received a text message from Tom the Ring-Tailed Cat and Sweet Angelique the Cat. They said to me, “Lord Rama, the Schumann Resonance is way, way up there! "That means we are very, very close to the singularity where a beam of light goes out from our Sun, Sol, to the Hunab Ku, which is located where our Milky Way galaxy merges with 26 other galaxies of this Universe of Nebadon. “The result is super high vibrations are emitted across all of the 27 galaxies, creating available energies all the way up to the 144th dimension! "Blaze the Violet Fire! Sat Nam! Namaste!”

Colorful Cloud Ship

Sunday, May 8, 2022 - Dalai Lama - @DalaiLama "For most of us, our mother is our first teacher. My mother first showed me compassion and one of the things about her was that she always presented a kind face. As human beings, our lives begin in the shelter of our mother's care and affection, without which we would not survive." Monday, May 9, 2022 - Larry, Curly and Moe RAMA: I received a call from Larry, Curly and Moe at 11:35 this morning. They said to me, “Lord Rama, the Putin look-alike gave a speech today, tooting Russia’s horn about winning World War 2 over the Nazis. Contrary to what history books in the West say, the United States did NOT WIN World War 2; RUSSIA DID! In other news, the Queen will not be opening Parliament tomorrow, Tuesday, because she is having episodes of dementia and wandering around Buckingham Palace, not knowing where she is. "Prince Charles and Prince William will address Parliament tomorrow, instead. [See article below] “The solar flares and the energies continue to go higher. "As you go about your business, and you should see a very large Paschat cat, don’t be surprised! It may be one of your relatives! We are all one Galactic family. "See you in the Light of the Most Radiant One! Sat Nam! Namaste! Blaze the Violet Fire!” Tuesday, May 10, 2022 - Natasha RAMA: I received a face-to-face call from Natasha at 11:25 am this morning. She said to me, “Lord Rama, I am at an undisclosed location somewhere in Mongolia.” Then Lady Natasha showed me some pictures of the vast caverns of treasures of the oligarchs, that go all the way back to the 11th, 12th, 13th centuries of the Mongolian Empire. “The Dark Side has been pawning off these treasures, selling them to the highest bidder on the open market every since the fall of the Berlin Wall since 1989. “Some of these treasures have been frozen in the ice of Mongolia since about 4,000 B. C. All these treasures have been ‘disappeared’ by the Forces of Light from the grasp of the Dark Side. [See pictures below] “Full Disclosure is in our midst! There are ships being seen navigating past the International Space Station, the ISS. [See picture below] “Jupiter has moved into Aries. The continued visibility of ongoing solar flares never ceases to amaze the scientists viewing them daily. “We are in such an amazing time! We have the ability to create the free energy we require NOW, for Mother Gaia’s highest good as well as the highest good of humanity. "This is true because the Dark Side has been checkmated, and the evidence of the truth of this fact will be presented for all to see S-O-O-O-N! “Stay in the High vibes! Sat Nam! Namaste! Blaze the Violet Fire!”

Sunday, May 8, 2022 - UFO Fleet Passes Space Station, May 6, 2022 Video - UFO Sighting News

Date of sighting: May 6, 2022 Location of sighting: Space Station Source NASA Video:

"I was watching the NASA space station live cam when I decided to look back in their indexed videos archive. "I found a UFO fleet in a video from 48 hours ago. The fleet of about 31 disks flew past the space station live cam. "I made three views of them . . . first is an extreme close up, second is a close up, and third is the 100% original. "None are retouched, all are original color. Please go to the NASA link I provide to confirm this sighting. "Without confirmation, it means little. With confirmation . . . it's not only real, but it's actually still on the NASA/IBM site right now. "100% proof that aliens are in Earth's orbit and moving in huge groups. "Look at how evenly spaced they are and how they seem to be flying in military formation. "As if they themselves were about to go to war with another alien species out there that threatens them. It looks like this species has our backs. Scott C. Waring - Taiwan

May 10, 2022 - Treasures Found in Cave in Mongolia See report from Natasha, above

The treasures in Smaug's lair - from The Lord of the Rings

Wednesday, May 11, 2022 - Rosa from Palestine RAMA: I received a call from Rosa from Palestine at 11:55 am, late this morning. She said to me, “Lord Rama, there was a Palestinian-American journalist murdered today; it was done by the IDF forces [Israeli Defense Forces]. "The Western media is denying this claim.” Rosa went on to say, “It will be 'heaven' to pay. This is a war crime! "Yesterday and today, were there X-class solar flares. The ships are here where I am, as well as in many other places in Mother Gaia’s atmosphere. “Lord Rama, I have helped people get to the beam, and watched them go up. "And for helping people in this way, and for spreading the news that the galactics are here to help the people, I am a wanted person by the IDF. "The Poppy Lady issued me a phaser as I need it. Place all these situations in the Circle of Support. "There are many places on Mother Gaia that look like Mordor, yet this is the Age of the Sixth Sun, and the Rainbow Nations are ushering in Sat Yuga! "Inshallah! Namaste! Sat Nam! Blaze the Violet Fire!”

Thursday, May 12, 2022 - The Poppy Lady RAMA: I received a call from the Poppy lady at 12:15 pm early this afternoon. She said to me, “Lord Rama, I am in an undisclosed location on the Sinai Peninsula, near the Israeli border. And I am here, parked in the Sinai Desert, in this shuttlecraft I’ve been co-piloting now with my Sasquatch co-piloting friend, Fing Del Noor, and crew for the past four years. “There are four other Sasquatch crew members, two of each [gender], who we have yet to speak about. "They are Andromedans, and they are healers, and very skilled laser surgeons in their specialized fields of medicine. "The Andromedan culture is a very complex culture. For starters, they are 20 million years ahead of our present day culture on Earth! War has never in these last 20 million years, been a part of their culture.” The Poppy Lady continued: “Lord Rama, we are here to honor the life of Shireen Abu Akleh, a veteran Palestinian-American journalist, working for Al Jazeera. "She was shot and killed by Israeli Defense Forces in the Occupied West Bank as she covered an Israeli Army raid on the Jenin Refugee Camp, early yesterday morning. "Israel is ethnically cleansing Palestinians every day, and has been ever since ISRAEL BECAME the 51st STATE of the United States, in 1949. “British scientists have taken a picture of the black hole in the middle of the Milky Way Galaxy. "This is one of the entrances to the anti-matter universe. Very soon, we will find out by purpose, entrances and exits from our polar universe to the anti-matter universe which is the opposite of the matter universe. "At this time, all the Beings of Light are here as we move into this eclipse/Wesak Festival Season, stay centered in the heart of All-That-Is! "Happy Buddha’s Birthday, in advance! "Inshallah! Sat Nam! Namaste! Blaze the Violet Fire!”

First image of the black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy

Information Related to the News Items of May 10, 2022

4:4 Mercury Retrograde in Gemini +Jupiter Enters Aries From: "Mercury retrograde begins TODAY, May 10th – in the middle of Eclipse Season! The intensity factor is even more magnified with Mercury’s presence in Gemini, Mercury’s HOME sign. This powerful Mercury retrograde starts on May 10th at Gemini. Both and the May 10 Universal Day activate numbers of manifestation. 4 is grounding, secure, disciplined, honorable and focused on making things real and tangible. 10 is the number of Instant Manifestation, creating opportunities for rapid implementation.

Discover the 3 kinds of frequencies that inspire, uplift and compel you to create at your highest capacity in the new Star Codes Forecast.

Furthermore... JUPITER moves into Aries – also on May 10th! This is a momentous occasion for Jupiter as it begins a brand new 12-year cycle around the zodiac. Discover what qualities Jupiter enhances in Aries, and how Mercury’s retrograde in its home sign along with the upcoming Total Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio create a WEEK to REMEMBER! Watch the NEW Star Code Forecast here. Joyful Blessings, Tania Gabrielle

May 11, 2022 - Prince Charles's Historic Speech for Absent Monarch: Heir to the Throne Looked Deeply Moved as He Delivered Queen's Speech for First Time

by Rebecca English For Daily Mail From: writes-REBECCA-ENGLISH.html

  • The Prince of Wales read his mothers speech in the House of Lords today

  • He marked the State Opening of Parliament and sat at the Queen's consort chair

  • The Queen has missed the ceremony only twice in her reign in 1959 and 1963, both whilst pregnant, when the speech was read by the then Lord Chancellor

  • She watched from Windsor as her crown, sword and cap represented her

On either side of Charles were William and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall "The Prince of Wales appeared deeply moved as he delivered the Queen’s Speech for the first time yesterday. The heir to the throne, resplendent in his Royal Navy uniform, was seen staring intently at his mother’s crown which was symbolically laid on a table in place of her throne.

In an 11th-hour decision, Buckingham Palace announced on Monday that the Queen had ‘reluctantly’ decided to pull out of this year’s State Opening of Parliament due to ongoing mobility problems.

Instead, she watched the proceedings on television from Windsor as her son took on one of her most significant constitutional duties. She had previously missed the ceremony only twice in her reign – in 1959 and 1963 when she was pregnant with Prince Andrew and Prince Edward respectively – when the speech was read by the then Lord Chancellor. This time, she took legal steps – issuing what is known as Letters Patent – to give Charles and the Duke of Cambridge power to conduct the ceremony on her behalf. The event marked a significant shift in their responsibilities as a future monarch and Prince of Wales – and many viewed their presence in the House of Lords together as a poignant symbol of things to come.

The Prince of Wales (R) looks at The Imperial State Crown (L) being removed after delivering a speech in the House of Lords Chamber during the State Opening of Parliament at the Houses of Parliament, in London, on May 10, 2022

The 73-year-old prince sat not on the sovereign’s throne but on the consort’s, which used to be occupied by the Duke of Edinburgh and which Charles has used in recent years. A space remained next to him, where the Queen’s missing throne is usually placed, with the monarch’s Imperial State Crown in front on a velvet cushion. It was taken to the House of Lords, along with other royal regalia – namely the Sword of State and the Cap of Maintenance – to represent the Queen. On either side of Charles were William, who was attending for the first time, and the Duchess of Cornwall in an elegant navy coat and hat. The heir to the throne delivered the speech in the third person, using ‘Her Majesty’s Government’. Less than 24 hours before the event, Buckingham Palace were still saying that the Queen ‘hoped’ to attend. But there was no doubt that the high-profile ceremony would have been physically gruelling for her, despite steps being taken to minimise her need to walk. Her Majesty has taken the lift into the building since 2016 and officials had discreetly discussed a private ‘wheelchair-friendly route’ . However, she would still have been required to walk into the chamber and deliver a lengthy public address. It is understood that she has no new symptoms but is continuing to experience what officials describe as ‘episodic mobility problems’ that have dogged her since last year. Aides stressed that, contrary to speculation, the decision not to attend had only been taken at the last minute. However contingency plans had long been put in place just in case. They also stressed that the Queen has a ‘busy diary’ this week including a call with Australia yesterday, a planned ‘virtual’ Privy Council meeting and her weekly audience with Boris Johnson tomorrow by phone. She is also expected to undertake some private engagements later in the week, attending the Royal Windsor Horse Show for a jubilee event in her honour on Sunday night."

May 10, 2022 - The Oracle Report - "Jupiter Emerges From the Ocean" THE ORACLE REPORT - Tzolkin/Soul Kin Sacred Count: 12 Deer (understanding compassion) Moon in Virgo First Quarter Moon Phase: step out of your comfort zone Higher Octaves: discerning what is missing or what is not quite right, looking for clues, essential, clear indications, freedom found within, facing an issue or the consequences of an issue, home, sustenance, revitalized, new light, new solution to old ideas, quantum, a soldier resists orders Lower Octaves: pitfalls of automation, lack of courage, astray, over the top, holding back, disregard, undervaluing, rejection MISSION: embrace beginnings Take a deep breath and let it out, wise owls. We have come to a wonderful turning point! Jupiter emerges from the Ocean of Pisces to enter the Flames of Aries at 7:23 pm EST. The Sabian symbol for 01 Aries is “a woman has risen out of the ocean; a seal is embracing her.” The Sabian symbols reportedly were drawn randomly. This is the symbol that was written to correspond with the beginning of the zodiac. It is perfect that the woman leaves the ocean (Pisces, the end of the zodiac) and is met with an embrace. At this point in the end of the End Times/beginning of Second Renaissance, the “seal” is not an animal. The “seal” is the embrace of God that “seals” the individual in golden light. It’s ultra violet. When Jupiter enters Aries, a torch is lit. Jupiter is carrying that torch throughout the next year to May 16, 2023, when Jupiter enters Taurus. Today, when Jupiter enters Aries, a reverberation occurs. All of the planets are refreshed because all of the planets are in phase with Jupiter. (All of the planets are in always in phase to each other.) Today, Jupiter gives them a refresh. All of the planets and the Sabian symbols they are discharging undergo a “flavor of rebirth” toward a higher octave. Jupiter expands everything beyond measure, and this time MEASURES IT UP. So you can see the wave that Jupiter is reverberating. It disrupts the archons and their minions. It sets them off balance. It is hard hit. The Gnostic texts tell us that the archons are blind. They certainly are blind to the effects of higher-ordered spirituality of 5D. They are trying to plug in to a world that doesn’t recognize their current. Nothing works for them. They perceive Jupiter’s wave as fear, so they react. People with archontic attachments react. The NWO/Phoenicians see Jupiter’s return to begin another round of the zodiac as “Lucifer’s return.” They have plans -- false flags -- they are preparing to launch in the name of Lucifer. They think it’s their time to uncloak. Truly, their time is up.

We are playing out the End Times, but we are also totally focused on trailblazing Second Renaissance. We maintain equilibrium in the Pool of Pluto as the waves pass us by, one after another, as each planet rises up a notch.

It is a wonderful day — a turning point in the world righting itself. Let’s honor it.

Aspect of the Aeon Sophia (Wisdom): Tara, Who Guides Through Troubles Aspect of the Aeon Thelete (Will): Ian of the East Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month: "a woman sprinkling flowers" (rest) Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Year: "a flock of wild geese" (seek freedom based on your nature)


May 12, 2022 - Astronomers reveal first image of the black hole at the heart of our galaxy FROM:

Astronomers have unveiled the first image of the supermassive black hole at the centre of our own Milky Way galaxy. This result provides overwhelming evidence that the object is indeed a black hole and yields valuable clues about the workings of such giants, which are thought to reside at the centre of most galaxies. The image was produced by a global research team called the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration, using observations from a worldwide network of radio telescopes. The image is a long-anticipated look at the massive object that sits at the very centre of our galaxy. Scientists had previously seen stars orbiting around something invisible, compact, and very massive at the centre of the Milky Way. This strongly suggested that this object — known as Sagittarius A* (Sgr A*, pronounced "sadge-ay-star") — is a black hole, and today’s image provides the first direct visual evidence of it. Although we cannot see the black hole itself, because it is completely dark, glowing gas around it reveals a telltale signature: a dark central region (called a “shadow”) surrounded by a bright ring-like structure. The new view captures light bent by the powerful gravity of the black hole, which is four million times more massive than our Sun. “We were stunned by how well the size of the ring agreed with predictions from Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity," said EHT Project Scientist Geoffrey Bower from the Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica, Taipei. "These unprecedented observations have greatly improved our understanding of what happens at the very centre of our galaxy, and offer new insights on how these giant black holes interact with their surroundings.” The EHT team's results are being published today in a special issue of The Astrophysical Journal Letters. Because the black hole is about 27,000 light-years away from Earth, it appears to us to have about the same size in the sky as a donut on the Moon. To image it, the team created the powerful EHT, which linked together eight existing radio observatories across the planet to form a single “Earth-sized” virtual telescope [1]. The EHT observed Sgr A* on multiple nights, collecting data for many hours in a row, similar to using a long exposure time on a camera. The breakthrough follows the EHT collaboration’s 2019 release of the first image of a black hole, called M87*, at the centre of the more distant Messier 87 galaxy. The two black holes look remarkably similar, even though our galaxy’s black hole is more than a thousand times smaller and less massive than M87* [2]. "We have two completely different types of galaxies and two very different black hole masses, but close to the edge of these black holes they look amazingly similar,” says Sera Markoff, Co-Chair of the EHT Science Council and a professor of theoretical astrophysics at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. "This tells us that General Relativity governs these objects up close, and any differences we see further away must be due to differences in the material that surrounds the black holes.” This achievement was considerably more difficult than for M87*, even though Sgr A* is much closer to us. EHT scientist Chi-kwan (‘CK’) Chan, from Steward Observatory and Department of Astronomy and the Data Science Institute of the University of Arizona, US, explains: “The gas in the vicinity of the black holes moves at the same speed — nearly as fast as light — around both Sgr A* and M87*. But where gas takes days to weeks to orbit the larger M87*, in the much smaller Sgr A* it completes an orbit in mere minutes. "This means the brightness and pattern of the gas around Sgr A* was changing rapidly as the EHT Collaboration was observing it — a bit like trying to take a clear picture of a puppy quickly chasing its tail.” The researchers had to develop sophisticated new tools that accounted for the gas movement around Sgr A*. While M87* was an easier, steadier target, with nearly all images looking the same, that was not the case for Sgr A*. The image of the Sgr A* black hole is an average of the different images the team extracted, finally revealing the giant lurking at the centre of our galaxy for the first time. The effort was made possible through the ingenuity of more than 300 researchers from 80 institutes around the world that together make up the EHT Collaboration. In addition to developing complex tools to overcome the challenges of imaging Sgr A*, the team worked rigorously for five years, using supercomputers to combine and analyse their data, all while compiling an unprecedented library of simulated black holes to compare with the observations. Scientists are particularly excited to finally have images of two black holes of very different sizes, which offers the opportunity to understand how they compare and contrast. They have also begun to use the new data to test theories and models of how gas behaves around supermassive black holes. This process is not yet fully understood but is thought to play a key role in shaping the formation and evolution of galaxies. “Now we can study the differences between these two supermassive black holes to gain valuable new clues about how this important process works,” said EHT scientist Keiichi Asada from the Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica, Taipei. “We have images for two black holes — one at the large end and one at the small end of supermassive black holes in the Universe — so we can go a lot further in testing how gravity behaves in these extreme environments than ever before.” Progress on the EHT continues: a major observation campaign in March 2022 included more telescopes than ever before. The ongoing expansion of the EHT network and significant technological upgrades will allow scientists to share even more impressive images as well as movies of black holes in the near future. Notes [1] The individual telescopes involved in the EHT in April 2017, when the observations were conducted, were: the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX), the IRAM 30-meter Telescope, the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT), the Large Millimeter Telescope Alfonso Serrano (LMT), the Submillimeter Array (SMA), the UArizona Submillimeter Telescope (SMT), the South Pole Telescope (SPT). Since then, the EHT has added the Greenland Telescope (GLT), the NOrthern Extended Millimeter Array (NOEMA) and the UArizona 12-meter Telescope on Kitt Peak to its network. ALMA is a partnership of the European Southern Observatory (ESO; Europe, representing its member states), the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), and the National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS) of Japan, together with the National Research Council (Canada), the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST; Taiwan), Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (ASIAA; Taiwan), and Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI; Republic of Korea), in cooperation with the Republic of Chile. The Joint ALMA Observatory is operated by ESO, the Associated Universities, Inc./National Radio Astronomy Observatory (AUI/NRAO) and the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ). APEX, a collaboration between the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (Germany), the Onsala Space Observatory (Sweden) and ESO, is operated by ESO. The 30-meter Telescope is operated by IRAM (the IRAM Partner Organizations are MPG (Germany), CNRS (France) and IGN (Spain)). The JCMT is operated by the East Asian Observatory on behalf of the Center for Astronomical Mega-Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, NAOJ, ASIAA, KASI, the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, and organizations in the United Kingdom and Canada. The LMT is operated by INAOE and UMass, the SMA is operated by Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian and ASIAA and the UArizona SMT is operated by the University of Arizona. The SPT is operated by the University of Chicago with specialized EHT instrumentation provided by the University of Arizona. The Greenland Telescope (GLT) is operated by ASIAA and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO). The GLT is part of the ALMA-Taiwan project, and is supported in part by the Academia Sinica (AS) and MOST. NOEMA is operated by IRAM and the UArizona 12-meter telescope at Kitt Peak is operated by the University of Arizona.

[2] Black holes are the only objects we know of where mass scales with size. A black hole a thousand times smaller than another is also a thousand times less massive. More information The EHT consortium consists of 13 stakeholder institutes; the Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, the University of Arizona, the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian, the University of Chicago, the East Asian Observatory, Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt, Institut de Radioastronomie Millimétrique, Large Millimeter Telescope, Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, MIT Haystack Observatory, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, and Radboud University. Contact: Geoffrey Bower, EHT Project Scientist, Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academic Sinica, Taipei Email: Huib Jan van Langevelde, EHT Project Director, JIVE and University of Leiden, The Netherlands

First image of the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way

This is the first image of Sagittarius A* (or Sgr A* for short), the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy. It’s the first direct visual evidence of the presence of this black hole. It was captured by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), an array which linked together eight existing radio observatories across the planet to form a single “Earth-sized” virtual telescope. The telescope is named after the “event horizon”, the boundary of the black hole beyond which no light can escape. Although we cannot see the event horizon itself, because it cannot emit light, glowing gas orbiting around the black hole reveals a telltale signature: a dark central region (called a “shadow”) surrounded by a bright ring-like structure. The new view captures light bent by the powerful gravity of the black hole, which is four million times more massive than our Sun. The image of the Sgr A* black hole is an average of the different images the EHT Collaboration has extracted from its 2017 observations. Credit: EHT Collaboration Full resolution image: Square: [ TIFF | JPEG ] Wide background: [ TIFF | JPEG ]

Making of the image of the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way

The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration has created a single image (top frame) of the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy, called Sagittarius A* (or Sgr A* for short), by combining images extracted from the EHT observations. The main image was produced by averaging together thousands of images created using different computational methods — all of which accurately fit the EHT data. This averaged image retains features more commonly seen in the varied images, and suppresses features that appear infrequently. The images can also be clustered into four groups based on similar features. An averaged, representative image for each of the four clusters is shown in the bottom row. Three of the clusters show a ring structure but, with differently distributed brightness around the ring. The fourth cluster contains images that also fit the data but do not appear ring-like. The bar graphs show the relative number of images belonging to each cluster. Thousands of images fell into each of the first three clusters, while the fourth and smallest cluster contains only hundreds of images. The heights of the bars indicate the relative "weights," or contributions, of each cluster to the averaged image at top.

Image credit: EHT Collaboration Full resolution image: [ TIFF | JPEG ] Institutional Press Releases (in alphabetical order)

  • European Southern Observatory: Astronomers reveal first image of the black hole at the heart of our galaxy

  • Institute of Advanced Studies: Astronomers reveal first image of the black hole at the heart of our galaxy

  • Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie: Astronomers reveal first image of the black hole at the heart of our galaxy

  • National Astronomical Observatory of Japan: link

  • National Radio Astronomy Observatory: Astronomers reveal first image of the black hole at the heart of our galaxy

  • National Science Foundation: We got it! Astronomers reveal first image of the black hole at the heart of our galaxy

Additional material

  • Map of the EHT collaboration including all telescopes and institutions participating at the observing campaign (credit: Jan Roeder, MPIfR)

  • Video: Meet Sgr A*: Zooming into the black hole at the centre of our galaxy (European Southern Observatory)

  • Additional visuals can be found here

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