The array of eight radio telescopes around the world working together created Neill's tweet is referencing the horror film Event Horizon. Network of eight radio telescopes around the world records revolutionary image. But today, scientists behind the Event Horizon Telescope unveiled an look anything like Gargantua, the black hole in the movie Interstellar. The results from this project, called the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), were announced today at joint press conferences live-streamed around. It's unclear exactly what we will see tomorrow, as the collaboration — aptly named the Event Horizon Telescope — is not releasing any details. This black hole resides 55 million light-years from Earth and has a mass billion times that of the sun. (Event Horizon Telescope. The animation was featured in a short movie about the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project, produced by Peter Galison and Chyld King. The black hole is at the center of Messier 87, a galaxy about 54 million The image was produced by the Event Horizon Telescope, . “Imagine if we can make a movie of a black hole instead of a still image,” he said. Researchers believe that, as more telescopes join the EHT project, they can produce more detailed images and eventually film the black hole.