Are black holes balach?
i was doing this project for school. here was the info i found. black holes are black because no light can escape. because of that they are invisible. to see a black hole scientists use space telescopes and special tools to look at the stars. stars orbiting black holes act differently than other stars.
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Black holes are black and white holes are white
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)
There is only 1 type of black holes called black holes.
do you mean like stellar black hole,miniature black holes, and super nova black holes.
No. It certainly has black holes, but it has other things as well. No. It certainly has black holes, but it has other things as well. No. It certainly has black holes, but it has other things as well. No. It certainly has black holes, but it has other things as well.
Black holes are round because they are formed from dead stars and white holes. As you can guess a star is a sphere and that is why black holes are round.
They got the name Black Holes because they suck in light. That's why they are called Black Holes.
Black holes are black holes - they are totally different from anything else in the universe. Most black holes are formed from the collapsed cores of dead stars. There are supermassive black holes in most galaxies, but it is no known how they formed.
You Dont USE Black Holes
Black holes do not die but they can evaporate.
Well, look at it this way... If there wasn't any black holes (or if black holes didn't have a massive gravitational pull), life as we know it probably wouldn't exist. Black holes keep the galaxy together Black holes "recycle" dead stars And some people think that black holes are what created the universe in the first place!!
Black holes were stars that were so massive that they collapsed on itself. The gravity in black holes is infinite and more you get closer to it, more time gets slower. Black holes suck all matter that is too close. Even light can't escape Black holes.
no dude, the evidences of the existence of black holes is now widely accepted and i believe that black holes rules our universe but it is difficult to find them because black holes are nearly the perfectly black bodies
Black holes do not emit light, so black holes can not be seen this way. But black holes emit X-rays, but stars are not hot enough to emit X-rays. When black holes suck up stars, energy goes to the black hole, and come out as X-rays.
No, black holes make quasars.
There are no black holes in our solar system
They are called "black holes".
Schwarzschild black holes. Named after the scientist who proved mathematically black holes can exist.
According to theory, there might be three types of black holes: stellar, supermassive, and miniature black holes.
No. While most black holes are the remnants of dead stars, most stars do not become black holes when they die.
Not really "a" black hole - many black holes. It is currently believed that all, or most, galaxies have a huge black hole at its center. Any galaxy should also have lots of smaller black holes - so-called "stellar" black holes, because they have approximately the mass of a star (larger stars can become black holes).
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)
Yes, black holes can "merge" and combine to become even larger black holes. This is doubtless the mechanism that creates supermassive black holes like the one in the center of the Milky Way, our home galaxy.
Black holes can be found anywhere in space.There are 2 types of black holes.Stellar and super massive black holes.Super massive black holes can be found in the middle of every galaxy including our own milky way.Stellar black holes can be found anywhere in space.
I am not sure it is a problem. The evidence for black holes is quite strong. I am not sure it is a problem. The evidence for black holes is quite strong. I am not sure it is a problem. The evidence for black holes is quite strong. I am not sure it is a problem. The evidence for black holes is quite strong.
There is no such thing as "supernatural" black holes. Perhaps you are confusing this with "supermassive" black holes. Those are simply black holes that are quite huge - with 100,000 solar masses or more, some have billions of solar masses - located at the center of galaxies.Regular black holes are made when stars collapse. It is not yet quite clear how the supermassive black holes in the center of galaxies managed to get so big.
Stellar black holes usually don't make a disturbance but super-massive black holes are another story.
Black holes are the greatest mystery.It has the strongest gravitational pull in the universe.Nothing can escape a black hole not even light!Nobody knows what is inside a black hole since light cannot escape it. There are 2 types of black holes.Stellar and super massive black holes.Super massive black holes are found in the middle of every galaxy including our own milky way galaxy.Super massive black holes are 1000x bigger then stellar black holes.Stellar black holes… Read More
Yes black holes are moving but they have no sense of direction..
There are black holes both in the Milky Way and outside of it.
Black holes can nevr be seen in space. Space is black and so are black holes. People can only see black holes because of the light around the black hole. When a black hole is consuming a giant star, you can see the light around the entire black hole. That's when you know that there is a black hole in the middkle of all that light.
Not sure what you mean. M60 is a galaxy. Just about all galaxies have supermassive black holes in their center - and lots of smaller black holes. The supermassive black hole in M60 is estimated to have 4.5 billion solar masses - one of the largest known black holes.
Quasars are believed to be caused by supermassive black holes. Those are black holes that have a mass of millions, or billions, of solar masses. More specifically, to "active" black holes - that means that, at the moment we are observing - lots of matter is falling into the black hole.
there is no exact answer, different black holes have different speeds, but all black holes can crush 1 tonne of metal into a size of a pebble
monsters fly around in space and throw-up black holes. black holes suck things and put them in a diffrent world were you will be eaten
Well humans dont really use black holes. Black holes eat stars and gasses and they have a huge gravitational field. BY KOOL67
Steller black holes are normal sized black holes and they're everywhere in space but you cant see them directly or any blackhole.
All galaxies are likely to have stellar black holes. In general, all or most of the bigger galaxies have supermassive black holes in their center.
Black holes in science fiction movies are giant, black holes that rotate like a circular saws inwards.
get pulled in by the black hole what you want to know on black holes the mysterious black hole
Yes! but once a black hole sucks the other, it will be bigger.
If five black holes came together they would merge to form a single black hole with a mass equal to the sum of the masses of the five original black holes.
Black holes are invisible because space is black and so is black holes, but when the black hole consumes a star, you can see the light around the black hole. That is when you know something strange is happening in the middle of all that light.
Black holes are the result of the gravitational collapse of a massive star.
no because black holes can only form through supernovas.
Yes. They get sucked into black holes all the time!