You didn't have to look hard to find Eastern Washington University students, faculty and staff celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy on Monday.
We are going where no person has gone before—inside a black hole. OK not exactly, but Tuesday David Syphers, EWU assistant professor of physics, took a crowded JFK Auditorium inside the recently released, first ever image of a supermassive black hole. “It’s important to me to give current event talks like this because I want people to get a taste of forefront science, and understand why it’s so exciting,” said Syphers. Assistant Professor David Syphers, PhD, hosts lecture on first black hole photo. On April 10, the Event Horizon Telescope team, comprised of more than 200 scientists from 20 countries, released [...]