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Black Holes And You

Wednesday 1st May / presented by Fiona Bartholomaeus

The most recent major space-science achievement was arguably the well-publicised image of the black hole, the first image of one.

Associate Professor from Curtin's node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research James Miller-Jones spoke to RTRFM to tell us more about black holes and how this discovery stacks up with popular ideas of what black holes are and look like.

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