Scientists have used a new algorithm to take a photo of a black hole. One of the most exciting parts about it to me is that they used a lot of Python libraries to do the magic.
Here's a list mentioned in their paper:
They also used their own custom Python code which is available on Github
If you're interested in a more laymen's explanation of the ideas behind taking the photo, there's a nice TED talk on it from one of the researchers:
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