What happens if you go near a black hole?
When you get near a black hole the exact effects depend on the size and mass of the black hole. A "stellar-mass" black hole - a black hole that's a few times the mass of the Sun - exerts a strong "tidal" pull on any object that approaches its event horizon. That is the same effect that creates the tides on Earth: the gravitational pull on the side of the object that is closest to the black hole is significantly stronger than the pull on the opposite side, so gravity stretches the object and pulls it apart.
if you go close enough to a black hole you can get stretched to death the end
It stretches you into tiny bits, before you even reach it then after you get eaten by it. So for my advice when you go into space please don't go anywhere near the black hole I don't want you to die.
Nowhere if you get near a black hole it will break you up into tiny peaces and you will be dead.
no he couldn't, because your body atoms would be attracted into the black hole and if we believe in what happens in star treck he would also go into another dimension (past,future)
As you get closer to the black hole your body begins to disintegrate. Yopu eventualy disolve into sub-particles and are sucked into the black hole.
It will get destroyed. The mass will basically stay inside.
If by "explore" you mean to actually go there, near the black hole, that simply isn't possible with current technology. The nearest known black hole is at a distance of 3000 light-years.
You get sucked in. Its been said that if you get sucked in every atom in your body explodes one by one (you feel every explosion) until it gets to a internal organ.
A black hole can't really form inside of another black hole. If you think of a black hole forming after a star goes supernova, then there isn't really a star to go supernove inside of the already created black hole. In fact, there isn't even any space inside of the blak hole for anything to happen. Two black holes can join together, but they wil eventually go to one.
Yes. You will get sucked even if you go near a black hole. Some people think that it is a gateway to another universe. Some people think that it is endless.
Black Holes do not really have an end, but if you were to go into one you would be mashed and pulled into virtually nothing.
If you fall into a black hole, you'll go into the black hole and nowhere else.
No, we are go to it but it may take up to billions and billions of year to reach to the center of the galaxy. That is ware the back hole is.
When the space sharks are chasing you, get close to the black hole and circle around it while not going in. The sharks will be caught and dragged inside.
There is no way you can *quickly* destroy a *large* black hole. However, it is believed that black holes will gradually evaporate, via the emission of Hawking radiation. The radiation, in this case, will simply go out into space.
That hole is the exit you come out of if you die in the secret level under the black brick, so you can come out of the hole, but you can't go in.
Go to the"Entrance" by the water stream. Then there will be a huge tree near the left hand corner on the bottom center there is a black cave like hole. Click on the black hole thing then you will be in a secret room!
In a breif answer, you get spaghettified. ( To be stretched out into a long, thin stream of atoms, like a noodle).
Yes, a robot could go into a black hole; pretty much any object you could name would be able to go into a black hole, although it would be unable to exit. It would not be a useful exercise to send a probe into a black hole for purposes of obtaining information since, even if it survived the extreme conditions near a black hole in order enter one, effects predicted by physics would prevent 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
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
You become stretched and time will slow down for you. For instance, if you were standing a safe distance from a black hole with one clock and you sent your friend in with another clock synchronized before you went in, after a minutes the clocks will not be synchronized. Sadly, you friend will die after awhile in the black hole.
noone can go black hole as the name suggest it is a hole which is black so how any one can go ad com back...
Into the black hole.
Into the black hole.
If, for some reason, you fall into a black hole, two things would happen. The gravitational force would be so great that the tidal forces that it creates would stretch your body and then rip it apart. To another observer watching you fall in, you would get slower and dimmer until just as you touch the point of no return, but to you, everything would seem normal. This is because the fabric of space-time is… Read More
We can only theorize about what happens to things once inside a black hole, so there are two possible explanations. The object gets compressed into infinite density at the core of the black hole. The object goes out through a corresponding "white hole" So far, no one can prove any of these theories, but they are very possible.
A star for example.If it is heading towards a black hole,it will get smashed because of the gravity and pressure.As the star goes into the black hole it gets smashed into nothingness.Most stars get smashed into nothing before it even has the chance to go in the black hole. The atoms of the objects are broken down to sub atomic particles, then they join the singularity and increase its mass, which is infinate.
Into the black hole.
No one knows, the gravitation force is so strong, not eithen light can escape
If a rocket were to enter a black hole it would be torn apart by tidal forces before it could even reach the event horizon. After crossing the event horizon it would permanently become part of the black hole's mass.
Here's the deal about black holes: nothing that goes in can ever get out. So, if a space shuttle was sucked into a black hole, it would not be able to get out. The rarely happens because the people have screens and tools that help them find where the black holes are. Not even light can go through a black hole. Something no one knows is where black holes lead to.
Wander around the universe at near-light speeds. If you feel something tugging on you, relax and go with the flow.
there is no way for a ship to go through a black hole because the black hole rips the atoms from the object the come to it and spreads all the atoms around the black hole
I assume you mean the event horizon of a black hole (there are other types of event horizon, as well). The event horizon of a black hole is the "point of no return" - once an object crosses the event horizon, it can only go further into the black hole, not out - even it if moves at the speed of light.
No one has gone to a black hole.
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no because you will get cut open and apart and float and u could never get out
There is a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy, and perhaps most other galaxies. Additionally, there are several smaller black holes relatively near by, as cosmic distances go. The first black hole ever detected is in the constellation Cygnus, called "Cygnus X-1".
Easy answer; you die. Painfully. More complete answer: We don't know, because we've never been close enough to do the experiment. I wouldn't want to be the first guy to do it; we expect that it would be a slow way to die. We DO know that if you fall close to a black hole or neutron star, the tidal forces would certainly kill you even if you missed the black hole or neutron star.
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.
The effect of time dilation in a black hole is caused by the movement from a high gravitational potential to a lower one (basically, getting closer to a massive object). It is predicted by relativity, but impossible to prove empirically since we cannot go in and out of a black hole at will. It is only the observer within the hole for which time stops, though. Answer: Time is a relative issue. The rate at… Read More
You are constantly going into the future, no matter what you do. All objects with mass slow down time, though most only do so to a very minor degree. Black holes, however cause significant time dilation. If you were to go near a black hole (though not actually enter it) you would see the universe outside the black hole go by faster, so you could, theoretically, you could go further into the future faster than… Read More
Nothing can go directly out of a black hole; however, it should still be possible to observe the black hole. All of the following methods, except for the first, are related to the black hole's gravity. 1. A black hole should emit a very weak Hawking radiation. Currently we don't have the technology to observe this; this hypothetical radiation would be very, very weak. The Hawking radiation is created near the black hole border (the… Read More
It is unknown, but theories state that you are either quieted to an infinite point, or you are stretched to the melucular level and ripped apart.
They get destroyed. Also, they stay there. They get destroyed. Also, they stay there. They get destroyed. Also, they stay there. They get destroyed. Also, they stay there.
Scientists have not yet figured that out. They are trying to figure out where the matter that gets sucked into the black hole goes, which as I would imagine is what is on the other side of a black hole. Watch the news and you may be able to find out quicker than someone updating this question. Well, there is a theory that on the other side of a Black hole is a White hole… Read More
you have to go to space and find one and get sucked into the black hole