Actual Shape Of The First Black Hole Ever Photographed, April 11. 2019, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: April 10, 2019
Location of discovery: Galaxy M87
NASA source: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/chandra/news/black-hole-image-makes-history

When NASA announced that they took the first ever photograph of a black hole, I knew I had to look into it more deeply. I noticed that the black hold had an inner and outer walls. 

The inner was is round with a dark abis bottom, while the closer part of the inner wall is full of torn up glowing material its pulling it. 

The outer wall is dark so we can't see it. So I added light to the photograph and quickly noticed that the outer wall was visible and was not a circle after all. The outer area was irregular shaped with parts of it stretching out like arms. If I had to describe its shape, I would have say it looks closest to a stingray without its tail. I also notice that its left and right side almost match, meaning there is some kind of balance system at play here. 

If a ship were to enter the black hole, it would have to pass through the red outer odd shaped wall. Once a ship enters the yellow area of the photo, it has passed what astrophysics calls the Schwarschild radius. That means the ship has passed the point of no return. No amount of force could escape after this point. 

Also another exciting thing is that The Schwarzschild radius also called the gravitational radius, is a physical parameter that shows up in the Schwarzschild solution to Einstein's field equations, corresponding to the radius defining the event horizon of a Schwarzschild black hole. This photo reinforces Einsteins theory. 
Scott C. Waring-Taiwan