For some time scientists have been doing their best to gather a picture of a what a Black Hole in space would look like. Black Holes is a clusters of remnants from collapse stars, that is super dense. They have an intense gravitational pull that really nothing can escapes once it grabs a hold of it, not even light itself.
This Wednesday may be the first time scientist are able to capture a photo of what a Black Hole looks like. They believe that with a ll the swirling dust, that although these holes are completely black, maybe even invisible that hopefully the radio waves, given off from them will be visible for a powerful telescope.
The U.S. press briefing will be held at 9 a.m. Eastern at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., and will be livestreamed here.
Courtesy of NBCNews.