Closest Known Black Hole To Earth Is Found 1,000 Light Years Away At HR 6819

  • Constellation Telescopium
    The constellation of Telescopium, the telescope, as it can be seen by the naked eye (Attribution: Till Credner, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.en, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
  • Black Hole, Scientists with the European Southern Observatory say system HR 6819, attribtuion-ESO L Calcada
    Scientists with the European Southern Observatory say system HR 6819, seen in this artist's rendering, is composed primarily of two stars (orbits in blue) and a newly discovered black hole (orbit in red). The black hole is invisible, but it makes its presence known by the gravitational pull exerted on objects around it. (Attribution: ESO/L. Calçada, Presented at: WindermereSun.com)
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