The first ever image of a black hole hitting humanity’s collective eyeballs yesterday had the Muse fandom looking to one man for answers.
They’ve been mass-spamming Matt Bellamy for his reaction to the phenomenon, as well as just plain flooding social media with references to Muse, their 2006 album Black Holes and Revelations, and its lead single ‘Supermassive Black Hole’.
ICYMI: astronomers yesterday released an image they took of one black hole, which is located in the M87 galaxy (over 500 million TRILLION kilometres away) and measures 40 billion kilometres across – a casual three million times the size of earth.
Bellamy, for his part, did comment on the whole thing, writing on Twitter: “Supermassive black hole, finally spotted”.
Supermassive black hole, finally spotted https://t.co/AqfuwEW4tm
— Matt Bellamy (@MattBellamy) April 10, 2019
Read some of the Muse fandom’s extra commentary below.
Dang, that's is such a Supermassive Black Hole [looks at the camera as Muse starts playing] https://t.co/yAkwU4kA8h
— ææron (@hapily_depresed) April 10, 2019
I missed the blackhole unveiling, did they play Muse or Soundgarden?
— mechanical turkey (@alicegoldfuss) April 10, 2019
SEEING MUSE ON THE DAY THE FIRST PHOTO OF A SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE WAS TAKEN, HELL FUCKIN YEAH pic.twitter.com/oclrnjG4Nd
— Nail (@NeilMotwani) April 10, 2019
— Fil (@FilMcIntyre) April 10, 2019
me listening to Muse trying to enjoy the fact that science is advanced enough to take a picture of the black hole pic.twitter.com/XZZCNwNvPV
— Karina (@ayeroyyo) April 10, 2019