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No, the sun cannot become a black hole. Our local star has insufficient mass to be a candidate for that fate.
Yes. As they swallow matter, the black hole can get bigger and bigger.
It depends, Black holes can go from being microscopic to supermassive black holes that entire galaxies revolve around. It all depends on which black hole and which quasar.
yes, as long as there are things that can fall into it, it can get bigger.
Black holes. They can be so large that they can suck up universes at a time
Sure, if it gets close enough, it might. By the way, any other object of sufficient mass could also "suck" the Sun if it gets close enough.\n Sure, if it gets close enough, i…t might. By the way, any other object of sufficient mass could also "suck" the Sun if it gets close enough.\n Sure, if it gets close enough, it might. By the way, any other object of sufficient mass could also "suck" the Sun if it gets close enough.\n Sure, if it gets close enough, it might. By the way, any other object of sufficient mass could also "suck" the Sun if it gets close enough.\n
First of all, there cannot be a black hole on the sun because it's to small, but technically speaking a star which is massive enough for it's core to collapse and form a b…lack hole will be a star that is not alive any more but will still seem like a normal star for around three hours, and the only way to detect when a star is dead is by seeing if neutrinos came out of it because the neutrinos " escape" the star when it dies and even though the neutrinos don't travel faster than light, they travel at a 99.99% of its speed
Black holes are just a singularity and are thus very small, much smaller in fact than our sun. However, the event horizon (point of no return) can extend much farther in r…adius than our sun. A stellar mass black hole has an event horizon only a few kilometers across, much smaller than the sun. A supermassive black hole, with a mass millions to billions times that of the sun may have an event horizon far larger than the sun. Lastly, all black holes are many times more massive (amount of mass in them) than our sun. This is because they are all created by suns many times bigger than our own.
it is possible but the chances are unlikely. most likely it will turn in into a black dwarf and die in 2 million years
No, it doesn't have enough gravity and it is too small.
The Sun could - if a black hole stayed too close to the Sun. However, the Sun will not be sucked. The closest black hole is about 1,600 light years away.
A black hole has a much larger mass than a planet. The mass of a black hole, however, is contained in a point that is smaller than some fundamental particles. The event ho…rizon of a typical stellar mass black hole is much smaller than any planet, but the event horizons of supermassive black holes are much larger.
A black hole is much bigger, but not only bigger, it is also stronger.
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Physically, a black hole has no length, width, height, radius, diameter, or size of any kind. But it can have millions or billions of times as much mass as the sun has, and i…ts gravitational effects can be felt over a region of space larger than the solar system.
black holes 10billion times bigger than the Sun discovered
Generally speaking, your average black hole is very small for the amount of mass it contains. If you had a black hole which weighed the sum of the masses of the Sun, all o…f the planets in our solar system and their moons combined, it would be only about 6 km radius. Compare that to the current diameter of the Sun which is about 1.4 million km across. However, there are examples of black holes in the universe which are indeed very large... although calculations will probably refine the accuracy, one monster black hole found recently is calculated to be over ten times the size of the orbit of Neptune!