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Event Horizon Telescope
M87* black hole in Virgo
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Event Horizon Telescope (EHT)

The individual telescopes of the Event Horizon Telescope are combined to form the largest telescope in the world. All telescopes operate in the millimeter and submillimeter spectrum.

      1. Telescope
      2. Size
      3. Location
      1.    ALMA
      2. 732m
      3. Chajnantor, Chile
      1.    APEX
      2. 8.4m
      3. Chajnantor, Chile
      1.    ARO 12m Telescope
      2. 12m
      3. Kitt Peak, USA
      1.    Greenland Telescope
      2. Summit, Greenland
      1.    IRAM 30m Telescope
      2. 30m
      3. Andulusa, Spain
      1.    James Maxwell Telescope
      2. Mauna Kea, USA
      1.    Large Millimeter T.
      2. Sierra Negra, Mexico
      1.    NOEMA Array
      2. Plateau de Bure, France
      1.    South Pole Telescope
      2. Antartica
      1.    Submillimeter Array
      2. Mauna Kea, USA
      1.    Submillimeter Telescope
      2. Mt Graham, USA