But before you ask, it's nothing to do with wizards, witches or magic.
Wow, just what we didn't need right now.
How Katie Bouman made the seemingly impossible a reality.
The pinnacle of scientific achievement meets Twitter.
While scientists have known about black holes for decades, they’ve never actually been able to see one. As a black hole’s massive gravitational pull sucks everything, including light, towards it, scientists can only infer that they are present when mass is being sucked in a particular direction. The Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration team used telescopes from all over the world to capture the image.
"It’s a visionary project to take the first photograph of a black hole," one scientist said.
Royal Mint have unveiled a new 50 pence piece. The limited edition black hole design is in commemoration of Professor Stephen Hawking. But you better act quick, some versions have already sold out.
'If you feel like you're in a black hole, don't give up, there is a way out'.
Black hole has no chill.