How We Learned Black Holes Actually Exist | 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics

Did you know Einstein never thought we’d find actual black holes in space? It took decades of research to show black holes are physically possible, and some of the scientists behind that research were honored this year with the Nobel Prize in Physics.

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