They got the name Black Holes because they suck in light. That's why they are called Black Holes.
not sure but i guess you could call it an imploded neutron star
Stellar black holes usually don't make a disturbance but super-massive black holes are another story.
Karl Schwarzschild discovered black holes.
Steven Hawking is researching black holes right now.
They have several names. We can call them black holes, supermassive black holes, Singularities. The size of the black holes may vary and can be measured by their pull of gravity and their radiation. (Not that I want to go close for such a task)
black holes have such great gravity that nothing, not even light can escape them. That is why they were named "black holes".
Holes, which include black holes and ozone holes were discovered in the space and atmosphere respectively.The black hole was discovered in the space and ozone holes were discovered above the Antarctica.
The term "Black hole" first appeared in print in an article by Ann Ewing in "Black Holes in Space" published in 1964.
They get their names from the way that they look.
black hole 1and black hole 2
Usually they don't name black holes, it's just the sources that are associated with them. The black hole associated with our galaxy, the Milky Way has the designation Sag A, but as the previous post says, it is the name of the radio source associated with it, since black holes by definition are not observable, only the evidence of their existence is.
A lot of things, actually. The term 'black hole' is applied to an object whose gravitation pull is sufficiently great to prevent light from escaping. Because the magnitude of the gravitational force that one body exerts upon another is, partly, a function of the distance separating the two bodies, black holes can exist at a variety of sizes. There is, for example, a class of black holes known as 'Micro black holes.' These are objects with a radius smaller than 0.1mm (or 100 micrometers, hence the name), with a mass up to that of the Moon. Another class of black holes, called 'Stellar black holes', can have a mass up to that of the Sun, and a radius of up to 30km.
Pick anyone and there will be black hole in it.
Yes, two black holes can combine/absorb each other.
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Well, there are two kinds of black holes. The normal black holes and the supermassive black holes. The supermassive black holes are a billion times bigger then our sun, while normal black holes are the same size as the Earth.
stellar black holes were stars (these are large)primordial black holes were pieces of the big bang (these are microscopic)
Even though black holes suck through parts of the universe, the universe is inevitably big, and growing so as the universe is being sucked into another dimension by black holes, it is also expanding.
There is only 1 type of black holes called black holes.
Yes.They attract everything and then the thing may another universe
Black holes aren't holes, but attract objects just like holes.Black holes are in the middle of most galaxies.Black holes start by supernovas, which are giant explosians.
do you mean like stellar black hole,miniature black holes, and super nova black holes.
black holes, and black nymph