Science magazine published a list of the greatest scientific achievements of humanity is slowly ending 2,019 years. It was full of many exciting discoveries, but only one of them was truly groundbreaking.Of course, it could not be anything else, as the first in the history of space exploration of a powerful black hole located in the center of the galaxy M87, which is the largest and brightest object in the constellation Virgo. That’s why the researchers decided to indent a closer look at this fascinating part of the space.The discoveries made by the project Event Horizont Telescope. It is a network spread all over the world approx. 20 radio antennas that are coupled together in such a way that they form one big antenna dish size of the entire Earth. Only in this way can be made effective observation and recording the shadow of the black hole event horizon. Now we know that a supermassive black hole located in the center of the galaxy M87, has a mass of 6.5 billion solar masses and away from us is 55 million light years. As for the shadow (dark area in the middle of the image below), it acquires the 40 billion kilometers, the event horizon is within approx. 2.5 times smaller. Astronomers working on the project Event Horizont Telescope, received over $3 million to continue its work. This is great news, because it will allow them to prepare another astronomical surprise in the next year. Then our eyes to appear razor-sharp images combined into a movie, which we see as one of the powerful black holes devouring the surrounding matter. Researchers ensure that the view will be spectacular and will be made in our memory for a long time. But that’s not all, astronomers from Radboud University and the European Space Agency propose to build a network of radio telescopes, this time on the Earth’s orbit, so that we see these extraordinary objects in such detail, in which up to now was not given to us.In the scientific journal Astronomy & Astrophysics article appeared in which we read that just two or three satellites dedicated exclusively to the observation of black holes. Scientists have even gave the name of your project, namely the Event Horizon Imager (EHI). In space EHI will have a resolution five times higher than the EHT on Earth. Fig. Radboud University.Most interestingly, the researchers have even prepared graphics, thanks to which we can see how they will look and shadow images of the event horizon Sagittarius A *, the powerful black hole, located in the center of our galaxy from the new observation system. Admittedly, that they will deny breathtaking, and astronomers will be an extremely valuable source of information about these objects, as well as the object of research on the issues various theories.The domain of cosmic Event Horizon imager is to be working at a much higher frequency than Earth Event Horizon Telescope. The latter made the images of the black hole lying in Messier 87, a massive galaxy in the Virgo Cluster, at a frequency of 230 GHz. Meanwhile, the ETI will even 690 GHz. This means that the images are full of details that can not be obtained by ground-based systems, and yet these are the key data on issues of research being functioning of these facilities.