Thursday, April 14, 2022

L is for Light Behind a Black Hole

This year's theme for my A-to-Z Blogging Challenge is Significant Events from 2021 and the first 3 months of 2022.

At the end of today's post is a teaser for tomorrow's M post.  Enjoy! 

On July 8, 2021, scientists made the first direct observation of light from behind a black hole, confirming Einstein's theory of general relativity.

Here's a view from the Hubble space telescope, entitled Hubble Uncovers Concentration of Small Black Holes

Here's a teaser for tomorrow's M post.  Remember, to avoid spoiling the answer for the next blog visitor, please comment on something related to the answer without giving the actual answer.


  1. I was stunned when I had seen that news about the black hole...


    1. Definitely interesting stuff we have in space!

  2. Ah, the polarized light that signifys something, I have ideas, but, then, I am Half German in my heritage, so I try to keep up with the news there. Hope this new PM can live up to the old.