Are black holes found near planets?
Such a black hole is never found, but theoretically it should be possible. If the planets are far enough from the black hole where they circle around they will just orbit the black hole in the same way as they would orbit a star with the same mass if it would replace the black hole. But if it exists it would be very hard to detect, exoplanets are detected because of their interaction with their mother star(They block some light and have gravitational influence that can be detectable), for black holes that is not an option because they are obviously black. The planets themselves won't emit light so there is no way we can detect such a system if it exists.
The only thing that can end up a black hole is a star with about ten times more mass than our Sun. Planets are nowhere near that massive.
Without an early presence of black holes, it is impossible for galaxies to have formed. No galaxies, no heavy elements near Main Sequence Stars. No such elements near stable stars, no rocky planets that have the time to develop life. No life, no observers. So, black holes are "fundamental" in the sense that a Universe without them would be a Universe without anyone to recognize that there were no black holes!
There is not "a" black hole, but many of them. The nearest known black hole is at a distance of several thousand light-years, but it is likely that there are others closer by: only black holes that are very near of a partner (in a binary system) are easily found. There is not "a" black hole, but many of them. The nearest known black hole is at a distance of several thousand light-years, but it… Read More
Black Hole simply cannot be destroyed because Black holes have so much Gravity That even light cannot pass or go from near the black holes. Black Holes pull the object passing from 10,000,00 (10 Lakh) away from them. So nobody can go near them to destroy it
There is lots of energy involved near some black holes, but sound doesn't travel through empty space.
Draw everything near by into them.
Here you find a few, and a link to more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_black_holes Actually, I would guess that only a tiny fraction of black holes has been found, even in the neighborhood - a black hole is only likely to be found if it is part of a close binary, i.e. it has another star very, very near, so that the black hole regularly gets matter from the other star.
The fourth dimension is time, and it does become warped near a black hole.
Some extrusive igneous rocks are vesicular; rocks like pumice and scoria, which could be found at or near areas of current or past volcanism. Rocks of various types are found near seashores which have holes in them. These holes are actually burrows made by organisms.
It is not likely that any black hole gets near the Solar System in the short term - "short term" meaning, the next few million years at the very least. In the unlikely event that a black hole does get into the Solar System, I would guess that the greatest risk is that it disrupts the orbits of planets - perhaps even flinging planets out of the Solar System.
We can detect amounts of electromagnetic radiation being emitted from the centers of galaxies that correlate with those emitted by black holes, as well behavior associated with behavior of black holes whenever amounts of material enter the 'sphere of influence' of the black hole, i.e. the accretion disks found near AGNs being sucked into the theoretical super-massive black hole.
Comets are actually found near left over formed planets.
No, we don't know of any black holes anywhere near Saturn.
There are no black holes anywhere near Earth, so no we won't get sucked into one.
Yes. African elephants and black rhinos share much of the same territory, and can often be found drinking at the same watering holes.
They're still called black holes. A black hole remains defined as a black hole as long as it absorb everything near them, both energy and matter, including gas.
Black holes could be dangerous to people if people were close to a black hole, but there are no black holes near the planet Earth (as far as we know) and the closest one is probably in the center of the Milky Way galaxy, which is about 80,000 light years from Earth, which is a safe distance.
That seems likely, considering the large number of black holes and of planets in the Universe. However, I am not aware of any specific observation of a planet falling into a black hole, for example. On the other hand, the likelyhood of a black hole getting close to Earth, withint any reasonable amount of time, is very low.
Since you can't see a black hole, scientists use a method called gravitational lensing to detect black holes. Since black holes warp space-time, the light that travels near a black hole is bent, like how a magnifying glass warps the object a little at the edges. Scientists look for unusual distortions of light caused by this effect to look for black holes.
No.But one in the centre of the milky way.
Black holes can be detected due to the effects on near-by stellar objects, such as stars etc.
Barring some serious miscalculations from the scientific community, the Earth will not fall into a black hole at any point during the lifetime of our Sun. We'd have noticed something that massive in the near-space area. However, yes, black holes can theoretically consume planets and even much more massive objects such as stars.
In fact, black holes cannot be directly viewed. They can only be located by seeing how much radiation is coming from a certain point in space. The black holes cannot be viewed directly because they absorb the electromagnetic radiation that goes near them.
Black holes are out in space. Atmosphere is wrapped around a planet. If a planet and its atmosphere came near enough to a black hole they would be pulled into it.
planets get destroyed if they get near the sun or it can be destroyed when a lazer beam shoots it and then a black hole or zombies will take control of the planet
10^6M Sun Black Hole
The nearest known black hole is at a distance of about 3000 light-years. I don't think any nearby planets are known - most known planets are closer than that, and if any planet is known at a distance of 3000 light-years, it is unlikely to be anywhere near such a black hole.
Fortunately, no. It would be pretty bad for us if there were a black hole anywhere near our Sun, let alone in our atmosphere.
you can't unless you get and black marker pen and draw two holes near your neck
No. They appear to be real objects, and have been observed in various ways. Stars near the centers of galaxies as seen to move in ways that are possible only if they are rapidly orbiting black holes.
Our galaxy contains a supermassive black hole at the center and probably several million stellar mass black holes scattered throughout.
Black hole has very strong gravitional force thats why if any things near from this black hole swalled this
Only stars go supernova - not planets
The planets and the moons near the black hole would get sucked in and destroyed instantly.
If there is a planet anywhere near a black hole, it will be pulled in and destroyed by the hole's intense gravational pull.
No, if you got near a black hole you would be stretched out like spaghetti, before being crushed into oblivion.
It's by inference. 1) the math says that black holes should exist. 2) nobody has figured out what else could make stars follow the orbits that they take near the center of the galaxy -except- for a black hole.
Black jaguars are most common in the Amazon rainforest.
The fourth dimension is time. Since black holes have a strong gravitational pull, they are able to warp the fabric of space around them. As such, they also have an effect on time. As you approach a black hole, "frame dragging" occurs (which is the twisting of space and time), and the closer you get to the event horizon of the black hole this effect only intensifies. As such, the fourth dimension does become warped… Read More
Yes, but we'd know long in advance of such a thing happening.
You might think it would look amazing and scary! But... no. Black holes suck in light so it is not visible.
They are important because if you go near a black hole, you will die and you could never ESCAPE. One word you cant do is ESCAPE
Black holes can only be formed by the left overs of a supernova. A supernova is a gigantic explosion in which massive star collapses and throws the outerlayers into space. If the leftpvers of a supernova are more than three times bigger than the sun they may collapse further to form a black hole. NOTE: Black holes can only be created in space. If a black hole does occur it will not only swallow many… Read More
We aren't certain, because 99.9% of what we THINK we know about black holes is theoretical. But the theory says that if two black holes do come too close to each other, they will merge to form one larger one. However, if the geometry of their approach is right, it might be possible for them to orbit each other.
No; I am not in a black hole yet. A black hole, like any other object with mass, will attract objects that are near by. No; I am not in a black hole yet. A black hole, like any other object with mass, will attract objects that are near by. No; I am not in a black hole yet. A black hole, like any other object with mass, will attract objects that are near by… Read More
They are on the bottom of the door. There are 2-4 of them and they are in the sill near the black weather gasket.
Exist. A black hole is a place where enough mass and energy have gathered that it now becomes a repository for anything that comes near - when a black hole is a certain size, it is permanent, will last until the universe dies. Things that are near enough to a black hole become a part of it.
Although the gravitational pull near a black hole is so great that not even light can escape, the gravitational force scales with distance, so it is entirely possible that black holes have natural celestial bodies orbiting them. Please refer to the related link below.
Found it! Its black, kinda square, and has two holes for attachment. Also has a small tube coming out of it , its not connected to anything. It has its terminate as well (3 wires). Its location is no where near the engine compartment. It is located right above the ECM, near the left passenger side, near the floor. Its behind the black plastic with two buttons on the plastic. Its there for the 2001… Read More
Because black holes are invisible (they emit no light of their own), they are difficult to see. Scientists have never POSITIVELY identified a black hole, and it is unlikely that we will be able to do so any time soon. However, the math and physics of a black hole also describe several indirect methods of deducing the presence of black holes, and scientists have located a number of objects in the galaxy which appear to… Read More