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    • Its censored cuz its lewd
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    • Cause it was cropped to hell and the picture being shared around is the zoomed in one
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    • It’s cause it’s literally like fucking forever away. The fact that the picture was taken at all is absolutely incredible.
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    • Yall also need to understand that the light from that black hole is 55 million years old..that black hole could either be 10x bigger or not there at all
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    • Merasmus 12 apr
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    • It’s because the black hole is so incredibly small in the picture it’s hard to see, so they zoomed it in really far so you could see the black hole, reducing the image quality.
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    • The full picture isn’t blurry, it’s like zooming in with a phone everything gets blurry
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    • The one thing I dont think people understand is how big this thing is and how still we can't take a clean photo for them to get any photo is remarkable
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    • It’s too far away to even get a close to a clear picture stop being jerks and appreciate it this is really a breakthrough.
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    • the pic is actually zoomed in. there’s a video with the full black hole pic in it and you can see it swallowing a bunch of plasma and it’s honestly really sweet
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    • It's a Japanese black hole, if you know what I mean
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    • You try taking a clear picture of something that is billions of light years away, and have it be in 4K
      NotAra 12 apr
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    • Or. Group of scientists spend years trying to find black hole and when they do the media gives 1 woman credit for it
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    • I’m sorry have any of you tried taking a photo of an object 50,000,000,000,000,000 km away?
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    • Cause its 55 million light-years away you bowl of uncooked spaghetti
      Skitten 12 apr
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    • Because people are too stupid to realize what a miracle it is to have an image of something that DESTROYS LIGHT
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    • zoomed out
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    • Because black holes don’t emit light so you can’t really see them? That’s why it’s the first one we’ve ever seen
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    • Not once have I heard a single person complain about it being blurry
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    • The full image is even more impressive
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    • The light they used to make that picture took 55 million years to get to us be fucking grateful
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    • Idk it might be blurry because it’s millions of light years away but idk
      thicc_man 12 apr
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    • Scientists spend centuries. One female takes all the credit.
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    • Obviously they took the picture on an android that’s why it’s so blurry
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    • They’re probably even more mad at people that think it’s fake
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    • Not the full picture, that’s just zoomed in on the center where the gravity is. The actual picture encompasses a large array of objects and light being sucked in
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    • It’s blurry cause it was taken on an android, duh.
      STFUweeb 12 apr
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    • Thanks for 64 still broke and need more but I have as many views as a youtuber star so thanks mates check out #Bottlesfam.
      HighBalls 12 apr
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    • It's a smaller part of a bigger picture, the internet is full of half ass researchers. Like to get the message out.
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    • WaifuMeta 12 apr
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    • Getting the picture of this black hole is the same as trying to take a picture of a dime that is in San Francisco while you are in D.C
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    • How come it can load on my phone if it took 500 doctrabytes (Whatever you call it i dont pay attention anyways)
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    • Its zoomed in by a lot
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    • Mxddog 14 apr
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    • Cuz media zomed it in
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    • The full picture is pretty cool, but I can understand why many haven’t seen it. The media has focused solely on the blurry image (I believe because it’s what originally appeared when they first ran it)
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    • Then go download the 185mb RAW file for something slightly less blurry that you still won't appreciate despite it being literally hundreds of millions of miles away.
      DeadWords 13 apr
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    • They captured the image by using radio telescopes across the world and angling them to align with other telescopes (essentially creating a world sized telescope). How could they have possibly gotten a clearer image besides building an Earth sized telescope in space?
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    • It’d be like taking a picture of a quarter on the sidewalk in LA all the way from NYC or something like that in terms of scale
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    • Lol bold of you to assume that greater minds care about what sheep say.
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    • Actually the og picture is really high res it’s just really zoomed in
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    • Cause it's the equivalent of looking at an ant from 200 miles away
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    • It’s 55 million light years away it’s in a fucking different universe
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    • Look at the pinned image on my profile to see the full image
      Automatic 12 apr
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    • Anyone who thinks it's blurry has never looked through a telescope in their lives
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    • It's because it's a super zoomed in picture of the actual picture
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    • Cuz it's cropped to all hell
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    • It's not the full picture
      Unori 12 apr
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    • Even a perfect telescope can only take in so much light and if it’s that far away of course it’s gonna be blurry. Scientists used telescopes all around the world to capture the image which was very difficult. YouTube explains it perfectly
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    • It’s because it’s not the full picture
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    • ‘Cause its zoomed in
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    • ProudThug 14 apr
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    • Whats so important about this picture anyway? We always knew what a black hole looked like. Its a hole and its black
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    • Me trying to hold back a nut
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    • How the fuck do you even take a picture of a black hole?
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    • I could've just bent over
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    • Anyone whos asked that is a colossal fucking retard
      bigw1ener 12 apr
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    • Because it is zoomed in really far the actual picture is really neat , there is a little black spec in the middle which is the black hole
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    • Everyone on iFunny is an expert all the sudden
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    • User Germanright is definitely a right and also deleted his comment chain of people shitting on his terrible personality. So, fuck you Germanright. You dumb right.
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    • The algorithm used to take that picture using a ton of observatories on Earth effectively simulated a telescope the size of the planet looking at that black hole. fuckin nuts
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    • Also, even if it wasn't zoomed in, the very fabric of reality may or may not be getting torn to shreds in there, so...
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    • Literally all they had to do was use a camera to take a picture but nooo, they had to mess it up
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    • Spot the scientist
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    • We aren't setting the black hole, what we're seeing is theenergy/radiation being sucked in
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    • The black hole takes up only 40 microarcseconds of the sky. For reference, the Moon take up 1865 arcseconds.
      iFunni 12 apr
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    • It's super zoom in
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    • The thing is millions of light years away?. Tf you want, full hd imagery? My camera can’t even get a decent picture of the moon
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    • Someone zoomed it on the event horizon, the black hole is actually a point mass and cannot be photographed. The actual image isn't blurry and shows more than the entire Galaxy in astonishing detail
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    • It's a Japanese black hole uwu
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    • Metals 12 apr
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    • We should concerned about why there is porn of it
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    • If I get top comment I'll dance in traffic
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    • The unzoomed photo is way better
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    • It’s like taking a photo of an orange on the moon
      HaiBerd_3 11 apr
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    • The photo wasn't blurry. The picture the meme was made from was actually just zoomed in really far. Like so people know
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    • Just focus the lens
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    • They learned their mistake from the moon landing, so they have to keep people guessing with this
      Thrano 18 apr
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    • It’s blurry because it isn’t a photo, but a collection of a crapton of xray data compiled to a graphical representation
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    • Same but my dic pics
      evanzafar 17 apr
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    • Do they expect to see refined edges or something? Any debris orbiting that black hole has been completely shredded into an intense homogeneous mass. That’s like looking into a glass of milk and wondering why you can’t see the electrons
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    • Ze_Medic 16 apr
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