The data has been taken, collected, and analyzed. So where is the first image of an event horizon, already?
Across multiple continents, including Antarctica, an array of radio telescopes observe the galactic center.
This network, the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), is imaging, for the first time, a black hole’s event horizon.
Of all the black holes visible from Earth, the largest is at the galactic center: 37 μas.
With a theoretical resolution of 15 μas, the EHT should resolve it.