Any astronomers in the Southern Hemisphere on this site? https://www.theregister.com/2020/05/06/nearest_black_hole_earth/ Quote: Astronomers have stumbled across the nearest black hole to us yet. The void lies at the heart of a stellar system just 1,000 light years away, and indications to its location are visible to the naked eye... The black hole obviously isn't visible to the naked eye, only the stars are, but if you want to look anyway it's located in the Telescopium constellation in the southern hemisphere. It'll be best viewed during a clear night, and two fuzzy bright pinpricks should be discernible without binoculars or a telescope. F**k, just noticed somebody already mentioned it. ☹️ it's on page two btw.