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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 black 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
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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.
It emits light so is not "black". A "black hole" is a stellar body so massive that nothing can escape its gravity. Light actually consists of a stream of photons, …so a sufficiently massive body can prevent light escaping from its surface. The sun, like most stars, is not massive, or heavy, enough to be a "black hole".
I assume you mean our sun so that would be the center of our galaxy, approximately 50,000 - 55,000 light years.
It isn't big enough.
yes, A black hole can suck anything and everything up.
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
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.
Black holes can be many different sizes. Therefore, there are some black holes that are bigger than the sun, and there are some that are smaller than the sun.
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.
We would all die. There would be no sun, no light, so all the plants would die, so animals would die, we would have no food and starve. Solar power would not be available.… We would not be pulled in and would continue to orbit as the mass would remain the same.
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No, it's not. This is because the sun simply is not massive enough to become one. In order for a star to become a black hole, it's mass needs to be greater than about 3 solar …masses.
No. The apparent dark areas on the sun are not black holes; they are sunspots. Sunspots are areas of the sun's surface that are not as hot as their surroundings.
Our sun is not massive enough to have a black hole in its center, or to form one when it eventually dies and collapses. You may be thinking of the current belief that all or v…irtually all galaxies have massive black holes at their centers. This seems to be the case for our Milky Way and for other galaxies that we can observe closely enough.
If there was one nearby it could, but as there isn't it won't.