Marcia Bartusiak on black holes and the history of science

This year marks the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity—which, among other things, helped lead to the discovery of black holes, those mysterious, spacetime-bending collapsed stars. Now Marcia Bartusiak, a professor of the practice in MIT’s Graduate Science Writing Program, has a new book out, “Black Hole,” published today by Yale University Press, which details the history of the discovery of black holes.

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Marcia Bartusiak on black holes and the history of science

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