In the middle of the Milky Way there is a black hole with as much mass as four million suns. In 2020, Andrea Ghez was awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering it. But how do you discover something that is not visible? What can the black hole teach us about the history and future of our galaxy? And are we sure that black holes are black holes? Andrea Ghez talks about her discovery in a conversation with the Nobel Prize Museum’s Gustav Källstrand.
The conversation is in English.
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