The sun's energy has not formed a black hole.
No, nothing can escape a black hole
No. The only thing "in" a black hole is pure gravitational energy.
Particles falling into a black hole release a large amount of x-rays as they do so. This is not energy from the black hole itself, but energy release that is a sign of a black hole.
A black hole is a void of gravity which pulls things at such a high rate that light can not even be seen by a black hole no one really knows how much energy is there
A black hole sucks all the mass and energy which passes it, even light. So it's called black hole.
It converts it into gravitational energy.
there is a supermassive black hole, a normal black hole, and a black hole with a quasar which is a superbright beam of light a black hole gives off when it has too much energy
When a star of sufficient mass stops producing energy, it will collapse into a black hole.
Such energy has a mass equivalent (m = e/c2). Any such mass falling into the balck hole will increase the mass of the black hole.
Black Holes' emit thermal radiation, radiation is energy and energy is mass.
Nothing different than when matter enters, in fact there is no way to tell whether a black hole was formed from matter or antimatter. Once inside the black hole, if matter and antimatter react to make energy, that energy can't escape the black hole either.
Two black holes can merge, or collide, forming a new black hole that has the combined mass of the two (minus any energy lost as gravitational waves).
No, a black hole will not reflect light. A black hole has such high gravity that it bends spacetime into a "hole" that light cannot get out of. Any light energy that crosses the even horizon will follow the curve of spacetime down into the black hole and cannot get back out.
We don't know how long black holes last, but we do know that the glow seen from outside a black hole carries energy and decreases the black holes mass; eventually destroying the black hole.
So far, there is no way to kill a black hole, but, if you had enough dark energy, you could certainly neutralize it.
You don't go through a black hole, you go into a black hole. And with present day technology, yes, it would crush you to raw energy.
Zero. Black holes don't contain atoms or matter; rather, all the matter that helped to form the black hole and that falls into the black hole is converted into pure gravitational energy.
A quasar is a galaxy that is radiating massive amount of radioactive energy. A quasar MAY have a black hole at it's center. A black hole is just dead star that collapsed in on itself.
Yes. Energy that enters a black hole, such as light, becomes part of its mass.
In the black hole of death
Stephen Hawking once came up with an argument that black holes aren't completely black, but they emit small amounts of radiation. Since the energy that produces the black hole comes from its mass, the black hole gradually shrink. In fact, the smaller the black hole, the faster it shrinks due to this radiation.
For black holes that last more tham a second, It forever becomes part of the black hole. The short lived ones smash everything to energy then bleed off that energy as Hawking radiation.