M87 with a black hole in the center
Few days ago was published the first photo of a black hole in the center of M87 galaxy. Can you imagine a photo of the same black hole taken with a less powerful telescope?
Take a look at this one. I have taken this photo with a robotic telescope in Amado, Arizona.
The original raw photo that was taken by the telescope is the below one:
The settings of the telescope:
Object: Virgo A M87
Date: Tue, May 14, 2019
Start Exposure: 09:24:14 PM
Location: Amado, Arizona, USA
Exposure Time: 60.00 sec.
Focus Value: 1775
Right Ascension: 12h 31.8m
Declination: 12 degrees 17 minutes
Altitude: 70 degrees 36.9 minutes
Azimuth: 179 degrees 33.8 minutes
Hour Angle: -1h 59.4m
Local Siderial Time: 05:30:02
Greenwich Mean Time: 04:24:14
End Exposure: 09:25:16 PM
CCD Temp: 273.00
Ambient Temp: 296.00
Circuit Temp: n/a
Finder Offsets: none
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