The Association of Bay City Radio Astronomers (AoBCRA) have been using their tube- and transistor radios to assemble the first image of a black hole.
According to telemetry data the space object is about 53 million light years away from our Fine City, give or take a few light years.
For the time being the object can be observed from The Kaasfactorij where one of the tube radios is located.
One of the members of the association told "In the future we might try this with streaming servers when they are invented. That would be so more efficient as with radios".
The next mission for the AoBCRA is to search for scientific evidence of a white hole that according to the great balancing principle of relativity, as predicted by Bert Onestone, should exist in the same but opposite direction.
The AoBCRA has requested to update EEP to include their discovery.
Reporter Vick Forcella