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What is the average size of a black hole?
October 01, 2008 6:55AM
There is no "average" mass for black holes throughout the entire universe. Black holes range greatly in mass, depending on how they were formed, and how long they have existed if you take Hawking Radiation into account. Mass can be anywhere between a couple hundred protons, such as those created by cosmic rays striking Earth's atmosphere, or an enormous mass such as those in the center of almost every spiral galaxy.