Hole in the ozone layer is called ozone hole. Ozone layer has many holes in it. However it has a considerable major hole in it above Antartica continent. It is formed due to CFC gas. Beacuse of the hole there is an increase in the temperature of earth.
No, there is no black hole inside the Earth.
No because it is impossible to have a black hole in Earth.
no...the earthquake did not cause a hole in the earth
A hole in a tree is called a tree hole.
A black hole can,but it is very rare for a black hole big enough to swallow Earth.
This would be called a cave.
No. Earth would be destroyed if a black hole came anywhere close to it.
No. Earth does not have nearly enough mass to become a black hole.
The largest hole on earth is on the pole. It is in the southern Hemisphere.
Drilling is the purpose for drill in the metal /earth in depth in different shape is called drilling and boring is the size of the hole large/clean the surface is called boring.
The nearest black hole to the Earth is about 9.7 light years away!
Yes, earth has a ozone hole over it. It is formed due to the CFC's reacting on it adversely.
Should Earth ever collide with a black hole, it would get destroyed.
basically drill is a hole in metal sheet or in earth. it may be of any shape according to requirement. and bore is called the size of that hole.
There is no such hole.
a hole in your stomach is called an ulcer
It is called a blow hole.
AnswerThe hole for a shoe lace is called a grommet.
Ozone layer has hole in it above Antartica continent. It is formed due to CFC gas. Beacuse of the hole there is an increase in the temperature of earth.
There is a black hole close to Earth, yes. It is 1,600 light years away.
If there is a hole in ozone, the UV rays will enter the earth. They can cause damage to life on earth.
The tenth hole is sometimes called the turn or the back nine.
The nearest black hole to earth is V4641 Sgr, which is 1,600 light-years (100,000,000 AU) from Earth.
Yes, potentially the Earth could go in a black hole. However, the probability of a rogue black hole appearing in our solar system and colliding with Earth is generally considered astronomically small.
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