Such an eventfull week in Space this was!

1) For the first time, an image has been made of a blackhole, proving all kind of physics theories on the interaction of matter and light in the most extreme conditions, by measurements. What a time to be alive!

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From: sciencealert.com

2) The first commercial launch of Falcon heavy with the Arabsat 6A satellite going to the Geostationairy arc. Its three falcon 9 cores landed back on Earth in a successfull suborbital dance.

Falcon Heavy Landing

From: Interestingengineering.com

3) An Israeli microspacecraft crashlanded on the Moon. A wonderfull achievement by a small team of engineers and scientists backed by a philantrope.

From: SpaceIL.com

4) And all that spacey stuff on or around the celebration of Yuri's Night on Cosmonautics day which is April 12!

From: twitter.com