A Hawaiian namePowehi has been given to the black hole depicted in an image produced in a language experiment by a language professor.Larry Kimura,Hawaiian Professor of Hawaii-Hilo University named the cosmic object.The world’s first image of a black hole revealed was created using data from eight radio telescopes around the world.The black hole, dubbed M87*, spans a whopping 100 billion kilometers in diameter and if we exclude the giant ring of trapped light, it still is 38 billion kilometers wide. Powehi means “the adorned fathomless dark creation” or “embellished dark source of unending creation” and comes from the Kumulipo, an 18th century Hawaiian creation chant. Po is a profound dark source of unending creation, while wehi, honored with embellishments, is one of the chant’s descriptions of po. According to Kimura, he felt that it was his privilege of giving a Hawaiian name to the very first scientific confirmation of a black hole is very meaningful and Hawaiian lineage that comes from po.The project included two Hawaii telescopes that is the reason the Hawaiian name was justified.To capture an image of the massive black hole in the M87 galaxy nearly 54 million light-years from Earth among 200 scientists Dempsey was one who worked.Dempsey said Powehi is an excellent match for the scientific explanation provided to Kimura. The scientists explained what they had seen and that this black hole was illuminating and brightening the darkness around it, and that’s when he came up with the name.